BVue is the First Ever Contactless, Video-based
General Health and Wellness
Your personal vital signs monitoring tool right in your pocket
Use your smartphone or tablet camera to measure body vital signs like heart rate, heart rate variability, mental stress, oxygen saturation, respiration and more. As simple as that! No skin contact, no wearables needed!
Coming soon! Register now with your email and you will be notified in March 2020 on the launch of our app!
Keeping an eye on your general health status has never been easier
Just look into your smartphone or tablet camera to get real-time insights into your personal wellbeing.
You can also measure the vital signs of another person – such as a child or disabled person.
Watch our 60 second video to see how to use the app.
What Vital Signs You Can Measure
Heart rate, also known as pulse, is the number of times a person’s heart beats per minute. Generally, a lower heart rate at rest implies more efficient heart function and better cardiovascular fitness. Normal heart rate level differs according to age.
Oxygen saturation (or sats) refers to the extent to which hemoglobin is saturated with oxygen. Hemoglobin is an element in your blood that binds with oxygen to carry it through the bloodstream to the organs, tissue, and cells of your body. Normal oxygen saturation is usually between 96% and 100%.
A person’s respiratory rate is the number of breaths they take per minute. The normal respiration rate for an adult at rest is 12 to 20 breaths per minute. A respiration rate under 12 or over 25 breaths per minute while resting may be considered abnormal.
BVue.app’s mental stress level is based on Baevsky’s and US/European Index level measurements (Globally approved), and is calculated according to Heart Rate Variability (HRV) measurements.
Heart Rate Variability (HRV)
Heart rate variability (HRV) is the physiological phenomenon of variation in the time interval between heartbeats. It is measured by the variation in the beat-to-beat interval.
Blood pressure (BP) is the pressure of circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels. Blood pressure is usually expressed in terms of the systolic pressure over diastolic pressure.
Monitor Your General Wellness
Check on your heart rate and identify signs of chronic heart disease, after an intensive fitness class or when you just want to know how your heart is doing!
Today’s busy lifestyle often pushes us to the edge. If you feel anxious, depressed or overwhelmed, have a quick check-up on your mental stress level and see if you need a break.
Feeling breathless or anxious, or just finished an intensive exercise session? Check your respiration rate per minute – you may have to take some time to control your breathing and relax.
Increase Your Regular Checks
Including general health checks alongside your regular doctor’s check-ups is a smart way to stay on top of your overall wellbeing. Use the app from home or on the go to make sure you are fighting fit before your next regular appointment.
Hypoxemia (low levels of oxygen) can sometimes cause mild problems such as headaches and shortness of breath. Hypoxemia occurs when the levels of oxygen in the blood are lower than normal. Normal levels usually range between 95-100 rpm.
Wellbeing and Prevention
Checking on your online banking or keeping up to date with social media is important, but seeing how well you are is vital, right? Have a quick check up from time to time!
How Does it Work?
It looks like magic, but it’s not. Years of hard work by our brilliant team of PhDs in mathematics, physics and biotechnology developed a unique mix of patent-pending technology including: rPPG (remote photoplethysmography), signal processing, machine and deep learning combined with a proprietary mathematical back-end.
Our heart rate estimation via video consists of face detection and tracking, motion compensation, illumination normalization and smart selection of skin region of interest (upper cheeks region).