The device which is first of its kind is also capable of measuring heart rate, breathing rate, skin conductance and physical activity.

In a video which describes about the device, Srinivasan Murali, the co-founder and chief executive officer of Switzerland based parent company SmartCardia, says that sensors developed by SmartCardia use various vital signs to transmit data to a host of everyday objects.

It can be used for dimming a light, playing on a computer, and tracking yoga exercises in real time.

The device wastes no data, and allow the users to channel their emotions into controlling aspects of their environment. It, therefore, facilitates the users to track their physical and emotional health stats.

The device will be launched in India by 2015 and will approximately cost Rs 9000, says  Srinivasan Murali.

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