A couple of days back, we reported on a homebrew application called PSP Heart Rate Monitor. Well, homebrew dev Art is back with version 2 of the nifty app.
Just as the name suggests, the application allows your PSP to monitor your heart rate, though you'll be needing a couple of tweaks and some hardware to make the app work. Apparently, the program was started when Art purchased a commercial heart monitor. The dev found that "the signal from the chest transmitter could be picked up with a coil of copper wire connected across the PSP microphone input. I did some testing with Audio Mechanica (another of my PSP programs that deals with audio input), and figured I could detect this signal with a program, and display heart rate, statistics, ect. to the screen."
Anyway, here's the changelog for PSP Heart Rate Monitor version 2:
New method of calculating heart rate with high resolution, and display is updated every heart beat.
Pusshing the Square button better simulates a heart beat, so you can take your heart rate with the program manually by pushing the button in time with your pulse.
Check out the readme that comes with the download. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to scurry over to our forums. Enjoy!
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