Heart rate monitoring via remote photoplethysmography with motion artifacts reduction.

  title={Heart rate monitoring via remote photoplethysmography with motion artifacts reduction.},
  author={Giovanni Cennini and Jeremie Arguel and Kaan Aksit and Arno van Leest},
  journal={Optics express},
  volume={18 5},
In this paper, we present a novel photoplethysmographic device that operates remotely, i.e. not in contact with the skin. The device allows for real time measurements of heart rate with motion artifact reduction from a distance of a few centimeters up to several meters. High mobility of users is achieved in assessment of vital body signs, such as heart rate. 
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