This Ring For Parkinson’s Patients Was Developed By A High Schooler To Help Personalize …

One Cupertino high schooler just raised the bar for science fair projects everywhere — so forget about the dry ice and potato clocks. After winning the California State Science Fair as a freshman, Utkarsh Tandon has turned his first place project into a “smart” ring to help Parkinson’s patients. His version of the humble fashion accessory uses machine learning to track and organize patients’ symptomatic movements in order to generate a more complete picture of their condition. He launched a Kickstarter for the ring on the first of January and it raised more than double its $1,500 goal. “Parkinson’s Disease affects 10 million people world wide making it impossible to treat every person with a sufficient level of care.” Tandon says in a YouTube video describing the ring’s importance, “It…


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