OneRing is a brilliant new wearable designed to monitor Parkinson’s Disease tremors

In his freshman year at Cupertino High School, Utkarsh Tandon won the science fair with a machine learning model that collected and analyzed data on Parkinson’s disease. As a sophomore, Tandon went on to create a wearable device called OneRing that monitors Parkinson’s patients’ tremors and helps them manage their symptoms through an iOS app.The UCLA Brain Research Institute had promised a grant award for the winner of the science fair, but they might not have seen this coming. Tandon used that grant money to turn his winning project into a functional product. OneRing is a 3D printed plastic ring that contains a Bluetooth microchip, specifically designed to help people suffering from Parkinson’s. Tandon’s proprietary algorithm allows the ring to detect tremors and classify them based on intensity. Every day, the…


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