Business card shows ECG
The card was designed by a company that is developing a mobile ECG device
BUDAPEST, Hungary — A company that designs and sells clinical ECG's has come up with a useful take on a business card.
MobileECG created a business card that is capable of measuring the users pulse by placing two fingers on small scanning pads on each side of the card.
The card is not intended to be used as a real diagnostic device, although according to a blog post on the company's website, it accurately captures the P, Q,R, S and T waves of the ECG signal — Lead I.
MobileECG was founded in 2013 with the purpose of creating inexpensive and mobile ECG machines. The business card was designed to draw attention to the company's main product, an ECG device that should cost roughly $150 when development is complete.