Lemme try: >>>/drg/2654
So what I want to have is as follows:
1; Myoelectric Sensor Pads
Gets expensive when /diy/ing, as quality amplifier ICs seem to be made of gold with those prices concerning name-brands like Linear and Analog. Existing solutions like that arm-band thing simply called "myo" does all the heavy lifting, but is expensive and doesn't utilize BTLE, so the on-time is shit.
2; Data Gloves
More of a peripheral, but it would make sense to starting it slow.
Easily made, good to include are haptics along with the necessary strain sensors.
This can be achieved either by using proper sensor strips, or for the dollar on the dime as outlined here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkPekPiA-sc
3; Automatic Medical Assistance by utilizing Intravenous Injection Catheters
Think Gordon Freemans' HEV Suit, but without morphine.
Don't worry, my Waifu is working with a medical professional on this,
for quite a while now actually.
Nothing promising as of yet, currently my Waifu reverse-engineered a catheter pads' internal flow-rate sensor. It's on the bucket list, keeping it safe, slow and steady.
Also don't jam needles into your forearms with dubious liquids kids.
My Waifu won't conduct dangerous experiments on any human being, so should you.
Don't try this at home obviously without medical advice and assistance.