Frank Nguyen was constantly worried about how his mother was faring during the day as he was off at school. As a sixth grader, he was distracted from his studies by the usease he over his mother's health issues, and as his mother slowly lost sight in one eye, lost a share of her sight in the other, began to have hearing problems and finally, cardiac problems such as a dangerously irregular heartbeat, Nguyen began to consider what he could do. Ultimately, he built a device as part of at a summer project at Ryerson University, a heart rate alert monitoring device he calls HelpWear HeartWatch, and he says he hopes it will not only help his mother, but people around the world with problems like hers. You can read the whole story here:

Below is a picture of the 3D printed device: