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This Wearable Device Ensures Safety Of Workers

Blackline Safety has developed a new gas detector that is wearable and features direct-to-cloud cellular connectivity to allow managers to monitor surroundings and trace...

Wearables Take ‘Logical’ Step Toward Onboard Control

Engineers design fluidic logic elements into garments to help people with functional limitations perform tasks without electronic assistance. Engineers at Rice University have designed textile-based...

3D Printable Bio-material Ink As Wearable Bio-electronic Device

Researchers develop biomaterial ink that can be tattooed on human skin for medical tracking applications A team of Researchers at Texas A&M University introduced biomaterial...

Scientists Develop A Mini Wearable Biosensing Platform

The University of Hong Kong (HKU) Faculty of Engineering researchers have created a coin-sized device that can sense weak electrochemical signals and be utilised...

Wearables are Convenient Alternative to ECGs

Screening individuals for atrial fibrillation (AF) using wearable devices is more cost-effective than screening using traditional methods such as electrocardiograms (ECGs) and pulse palpation,...
Wearable IoT Health Monitoring System

Wearable IoT Health Monitoring System

The wearable AC cum Heater was already published in EFY.  In the wearable AC cum heater, the fan will rotate and cool the body based...
Smart Wearable Ring

Smart Wearable Ring

“An opportunity in life to monitor each and every data of the health and a safety measure which analyse the real-time data and send...

LIVE DIY: Design Multi Energy Harvesting Circuit For IoT and Wearable Devices

Power consumption is more talked about today. Why waste power for your IoT devices when you can harvest ambient energy to charge them. Give this...

An Alternative For Conventional Batteries In Wearables

These small generators may pave the path for self-charging smart technology. According to a study, the development of tiny mechanical devices powered by movement could...

A “Wearable” Miniaturized Neural Imaging Device

Boston University Assistant Professor Lei Tian has been working on the Computational Miniature Mesoscope (CM2), a "wearable" tiny brain imaging device with Professors David...
 
 

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