Already thought your iPhone camera was pretty powerful? Just wait until you see it measure your resting heart rate by analyzing light reflected off your face through a new app from the Rock Health accelerator that turns the camera into a biosensor.
Curious about where mHealth and Health 2.0 innovations are headed? Check out the third annual Health Data Initiative Forum, aka Health Datapalooza, June 5–6. If the success of previous programs is any indicator, several hot new startups should emerge from this year’s event.
Keas, a San Francisco-based startup co-founded by veteran technologist Adam Bosworth has raised $6.5 million in new funds from existing investors Atlas Ventures and Ignition Parters. The company is finding success with focus on wellness as a social game and selling it to large companies.