eSense SDK for creating your own Windows software for the eSense sensors
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You get our eSense SDK (Software Development Kit) for developing your own software under Windows for the eSense. This includes also a USB soundcard and splitter cable to connect your eSense sensors. (eSense Sensors NOT included)
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eSense SDK for Windows
You get our eSense SDK (Software Development Kit) for developing your own software on Windows for the eSense. The SDK includes a demo app to sample the readings under Windows and libraries with documentation for use with your own app projects.
This SDK also includes as USB soundcard and splitter cable, which is used to connect the eSense Skin Response, eSense Temperature and eSense Respiration properly to your Windows computer. The eSense sensors itself are NOT included.
This SDK may be used indefinitely for commercial and non-commercial projects. The eSense SDK currently supports the eSense Skin Response, eSense Temperature and eSense Respiration, the eSense Pulse is using the standard heart rate service via Bluetooth® Low Energy and can be used under Windows without the need of an SDK.
You can find a short introduction to this SDK under Downloads.
- eSense SDK for Windows as download via e-mail
- USB soundcard to connect your eSense Skin Response, Temperature, Respiration (eSense Sensors are NOT included, please order them separatly)
- Splitter cable for USB soundcard
This SDK was developed by our partner “Senselearn” (www.senselearn.de)
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For whom is this package suitable?
Software developers who want to integrate our eSense sensors into their own applications with little effort.