There are some of us who need our music whenever we sweat things out on the treadmill, or when we are pounding the pavement in preparation for a marathon, while others prefer to avoid music at all times, concentrating more on their breathing and rhythm. MusicalHeart caters to the former crowd, being a music-recommendation engine which will rely on your current heart rate in order to recommend the right kind of songs that are on your playlist. It will require a smartphone app that is hooked up to a special pair of headphones, listening in to your heart rate via the throbbing of arteries in the ear.
Once the current heart rate is determined by the headphones, the app will then pick out a song which matches the wearer?s pre-defined desired intensity level. Should you be performing under the target heart rate, MusicalHeart will pick a song to help increase your tempo, and should you be close to having palpitations, then the app will play a slower song in order to lower it.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Tokai rubber speaker might gross you out, Apple's fifth gen iPod touch lacks an ambient light sensor because it's apparently too thin,