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Already, the team is testing use of the technology to monitor the pulse rate of premature babies and to track irregular heart beats in patients suffering from arrhythmia. Mestha, a research fellow at Xerox’s research center in Webster, N.
PALO ALTO — You may have used a webcam on your computer to make a video call.
Someday that same camera — or one like it — might help doctors monitor your health.
Xerox’s core business has long focused on developing technologies that help office workers print, scan, copy and manipulate documents.
But the company’s research labs, including PARC, have long been experimenting with using those technologies for other purposes.