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GoBreath makes fixing your lung capacity fun

GoBreath makes fixing your lung capacity fun
From Engadget - January 9, 2018

The small, white device connects to a smartphone over Bluetooth, and then you breathe into it in the normal way. But on screen, rather than a dull metric of how well you are doing or a figure of your peak flow, the data is represented visually. For respiration, you need to follow a dot running along a graph, Flappy Bird-style, while coughing requires you to cough loud enough to shake the leaves from a cartoon tree.

Right now, it's just a demonstration, and the team does notyethave a clear road to turning this device into a product. But, you never know, in a couple of years, we may see Samsung-branded digital spirometers in use to help folks with damaged lungs get back on their feet.

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