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How to add a heart rate widget on Resident Evil stream

Resident Evil 4 is a classic survival horror game that has been loved by fans since its initial release in 2005. With the game being released in March, fans are excited to relive the intense action and suspenseful atmosphere that made the original game so memorable. In this article, we will explore reasons to add a heart rate widget on your stream while playing Resident Evil 4 Remake or basically any other game from the series. Resident Evil 4 is a survival horror game that is known for its intense and suspenseful gameplay. By including a heart rate widget, viewers can see how the streamer's heart rate reacts to the scary and tense moments in the game, making the stream more engaging and immersive. This addition can also give the streamer an opportunity to engage with their viewers in a more interactive way, creating a fun and engaging experience for both the streamer and their audience. To use Pulsoid with OBS Studio and display your heart rate on stream while playing Resident Evil 4 Remake, you can follow these steps:

  1. Download a Pulsoid app on your phone and create a free Pulsoid account

  2. Open the Pulsoid app on your mobile device and follow the prompts to connect your heart rate monitor via Bluetooth.

  3. Copy the widget URL on the widgets configurations page

  4. Paste the Pulsoid widget URL into a browser source in OBS Studio.

  5. Customize your heart rate widget by adjusting the size, position, and color.

  6. Start your Resident Evil 4 Remake stream and your heart rate will be displayed on the stream in real time.

We have 2 amazing widgets options to fit your Resident Evil stream Resident Evil Status widget

Great all-in-one heart rate widget for your stream

Resident Evil logo style heart + BPM widgets

Separate heart animation and BPM text widgets

Overall, adding a heart rate widget on screen can be a unique and entertaining addition to a Resident Evil 4 Remake stream, providing a new level of immersion and interaction for both the streamer and their viewers.



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