The bracelet that keeps track of the beats of your heart

Type of project

Data science & machine learning

Period of time



Frinaeventi s.n.c.

Batticuore, a bracelet made with the wearable computer technology, worn by both the bride and groom will keep track of their position, their movements and the beating of their hearts during the most important stages of the wedding day.
Through wireless technology Batticuore will transmit the emotions of the couple at all times and their heart rate, thanks to GPS technology, will be coordinated with the place and the time whenever it is changed, producing charts that allow you to discover this very special day from a completely new perspective.
The data recorded by Batticuore will be analyzed and processed into graphs that the newlyweds and their guests can follow by visiting a dedicated website with access protected by a password. The site can be customized with photos and videos of their wedding to which you can add comments.
A SmartBand will be used to keep track of the couple Data.
Through a computer we will analyze the data and display them on a graph.
The bride and groom and their guests will be given access to a website where they can interactively navigate with photos and wedding video in sync with their emotions.
Through an interactive map you can follow the movements of geolocated spouses during the most important stages of the wedding day.
The interactive site is compatible with all desktops or mobile devices.

To achieve these objectives the Batticuore technology includes:

  • definition and development of new models and algorithms for the analysis of textual and visual data streams, able to extract implicit knowledge, patterns, indicators and trends;
  • design and prototype implementation of a platform of Big Data Analysis and Forecast for the real time processing of large data flows;
  • trial in the reference scenarios of the solutions developed in the
  • project through apps and services;
  • data sourcing and transformation;
  • systems for data visualization and data representation;
  • real-time data analysis;
  • algorithms for data journalism