Listening to Breath

This article had us with this snippet:

Using 10 years of data, which amounts to over 10,000 recordings of various people’s breathing…

BreathResearch has a KickStarter campaign to raise $30,000 to build a Bluetooth smartphone headset that also tracks the sound of your breath. The interesting idea is that your breath is an important indicator of your health; by comparing how you’re breathing with population-normal activities as well as your own history, you’ll be able to anticipate or help diagnose health problems.

Kind of cool. We wonder if the headset’s the important part, or if this could work with a more conventional Bluetooth…