The XS is a free and open project started by individuals and kept evolving by a worldwide community. You can build your own Xth Sense biophysical sensors from scratch.
Building the wearable sensor is very easy (you need to solder literally 4 components) so it requires only a basic knowledge of soldering.
The schematic, the parts list, and a tutorial are available below. Building an XS sensor by hand takes between 1 or 4 hours, depending on your skill and your tools. Try to work with the right tools; it is usually very easy to find them in an electronics shop in your town.
Xth Sense, biophysical, wearable sensor.
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