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Heart Rate Free - iPhone app uses the Camera to measure pulse rate

Nov 20, 2010 - UK based CMG Research Ltd today announces Heart Rate Free 1.0 for iPhone 4, a new app that uses the device's camera to measure your heart rate. Simply place your finger over the camera lens and after a few seconds the app will display your pulse rate along with a chart showing you heart beat. The user's heart rate is measured by examining the minute changes in skin colour that are caused by blood flowing in and out of the finger.

CMG Research Releases a free Video Camera for the iPhone 2G/3G

Feb 10, 2010 - UK based CMG Research has announced Video Grab 1.0, a free Video Camera application for the iPhone 2G and 3G devices. The application runs on standard 2G and 3G handsets and is able to record video at 10 frames per second with a resolution of 320x280 pixels. Sound is also recorded. Videos are recorded in the mp4 format and can uploaded directly to YouTube, emailed from within the app, and copied to the users photo library.

CMG Research release an iPhone Augmented Reality App

Dec 30, 2009 - UK based CMG Research Ltd today announces Sudoku Grab 1.7.4, an update to their popular application for iPhone and iPod touch. Sudoku Grab uses image processing techniques to locate the puzzle in the camera view and then applies OCR to identify the digits of the puzzle. The user can then "grab" the puzzle and store it in their puzzle book. This update adds an Augmented Reality mode where the solution to the Sudoku puzzle is superimposed on top of the live camera feed.

CMG Research releases Sudoku Grab 1.3 for iPhone - Puzzle Scraper Tool

Mar 20, 2009 - UK based CMG Research Ltd today announces the release of Sudoku Grab 1.3, their puzzle grabbing and playing tool for iPhone. Designed specifically to take advantage of the iPhone's unique abilities and interface, Sudoku Grab uses the iPhone's camera to grab an image of a sudoku puzzle from a newspaper or a book. The image is then located and processed automatically using OCR. The numbers are recognized, ready to play.