- Real-time vital signs scan in 60s
- Heart rate, HRV, Oxygen saturation, and Blood Pressure
- Stress indicators
- Bloodless Tests: Hemoglobin levels
- Recommendations & History
- Pulse oximeters
- Blood pressure monitors
- Monthly subscriptions
- Charging and maintaining a separate wearable device
Vital Signs & Measurements
Heart Rate Variability
rPPG – Face scan
In order to get accurate vital-sign readings, follow the guidelines below:
- Ensure battery level is above 20% and not in power-save mode.
- Ensure your camera lenses are clean and unscratched.
- Place device on a stand about 30 cm away from your face.
- Position the device with the selfie camera at eye level and parallel to the face.
- Use a stand to reduce shaking and movements of the device.
- Sit still during the measurement.
- Ensure your feet are placed flat on the floor and your legs are uncrossed.
- Make sure your face is fully exposed, ensuring it is not covered by hair or accessories (i.e., mask, sunglasses, hat).
- Avoid moving or talking throughout the measurement and remain focused on the screen until the measurement is complete.
- Ensure your face is evenly illuminated
- Avoid measuring in locations with multiple light sources (preferably a single light source directed towards the face).
- Settle into a position where no light sources are directed toward the camera (e.g., by sitting against a wall).
- Ensure neither the camera nor the area in the frame is exposed to direct sunlight.
- Avoid movement of other persons behind or within your vicinity.
- Avoid highly reflective objects in the surrounding area, including mirrors, glass windows, tables, etc.
- Ensure the level of the light illuminating your face is a minimum of 400 lux.
- It is recommended that you use a cold light (>4500K) and not a monochromatic light source.
We offer a 3-day free trial to test out all vital signs measurements. The audio section with meditations is free forever. If you want to use the vital signs measurements, we offer a yearly subscription only.
Attune Health can measure the vital signs of only one person at a time.
In situations where there are multiple subjects looking at the camera during a session, the app will select and provide the readings for the person who is the closest to the camera.
The reason for that is that the facial recognition process only works with one face at a time, and does not track multiple faces during the same session.
We highly recommend that only one face of one subject will be present during a measurement, in order to avoid miscalculations and algorithm malfunctions.
Attune Health does not collect nor store any personal data, vital signs, or extracted data (data generated by the SDK).
The personal data, including the vital signs data, is sent by the SDK to the application layer only and is calculated within the device itself.
Attune Health’s SDK points to the Internet to activate the end user’s SDK license and only keeps this device’s fingerprint for licensing purposes.
The data collected by Attune Health’s licensing service, and for this purpose only, is:
- Unique Token generated by the SDK
- Platform – iOS / Android / Web / Windows
- Attune Health’s SDK version in use
- The external IP address of the device
- Attune Health’s unique License Key
- Geo / Region / Country codes derived by the external IP address
Within Attune Health’s licensing service, the data above is stored under a secured AWS environment based in Ireland.