What is it? The Bluetooth Polygraph is our version of a polygraph, or “lie detector”. It graphs various biofeedback responses - heart rate, skin conductivity, breathing - over time, along with an audio recording, so you can match what was said with the reaction. This is supposed to allow you - or a trained examiner - if the person is lying.

Does it work? Ours polygraph is in no way certified, and at any rate isn’t done yet. The real thing, according to the National Academy of Sciences in the US, doesn’t really work either.

Where can I get the source code? Source code will be available at our BitBucket repository soon.

Where can I get one? You can’t, yet - it’s still in development.

How do I build my own? No details yet.

How does it work? I haven’t written that up, yet - hopefully soon.

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