The filing describes a device with an array of sensors that would be able to reduce or stabilize involuntary movement in an adjacent joint or entire limb.
Called Seeing AI, it uses computer vision which is built inside the app to deliver results in a fraction of a second.
As a key backend component, Validic powers the ability for patients to connect their in-home medical devices and wearables to HealthVault Insights.
A new, fast-paced interactive game called BioBall will be used to help players learn their blood pressure and body mass index (BMI).
The collaboration includes health chatbot and population health tools to empower patients and providers, and efforts to advance UPMC's immunology research.
Called Color Binoculars, it uses filters and the iPhone's camera to see the differences between colors, if not the colors themselves.
The system is designed to deliver more objective measurements, while also enabling patients to perform these tests from their homes.
There's also the new, slightly revamped exercise tile, which should make it easier to track calorie burn, heart rate and the duration of an exercise.
The device, which provides audio prompts and directional clues with a help of a Bluetooth-connected smartphone, has been redesigned to sit over the ears.
Combining the technology of Microsoft Kinect with proprietary software, researchers are looking to address common problems that affect imaging results.