The tremor watch is an ongoing open-source medical research project I am developing with researcher Dr Kevin Lhoste. The goal of this project is to create a low cost, privacy oriented wearable device that enables patients to record tremors of the upper limbs. Armed with data about their symptoms, patients who suffer from dyskinesia or essential tremor ( often related to poorly understood diseases like parkinson's or multiple sclerosis ) can participate in the fight to understand their pathology and help their medical team find better treatments. 

Dr Lhoste works on the electronics and programmation while my role is to prototype design and manufacture the watch itself.