Bitalino is a “low-cost toolkit” designed for researchers and students alike to explore the physiological world with various sensors. The board contains multiple sensors that can operate as a single system or snapped off into their individual blocks for applications ranging from electromyography, electrocardiography, accelerometry, light, and more.

We caught up with project lead Hugo Silva at Engadget Expand for some quick demos of their sensors, and look for their toolkit soon at the Maker Shed.