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Researchers from Japan have invented a stretchable packaging film that protects batteries from atmospheric humidity and gases to enhance battery life Wearable electronics are exposed to the atmosphere, so it is necessary to protect batteries from moisture and gas to...
A study published in Advanced Science described a newly designed ultrathin mesh-type polymer PTC thermistor that could easily stretch and bend which enhances the flexibility of wearable medical sensors Wearable healthcare devices have to be flexible enough so that they...
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 the location in real-time to ensure safety of workers It is usually difficult for managers to...
A team of engineers and doctors at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities invented a unique 3D-printed light-sensitive medical device to detect the progression of Lupus and other light-sensitive diseases McAlpine’s research team worked with Pearson and introduced a unique...
Scientists at the University of Surrey have developed a wrist device that runs on energy harvested from the wearer's movements and is fashioned out of discarded paper wipes and plastic cups. Researchers from the University of Surrey have developed a...
High level of protection against the ingression of water and other contaminion along with low-power battery consumption Wearable fitness trackers are rapidly becoming popular as the barometric pressure sensor present inside them enables detection of changes in the user’s elevation...
Gives an 8x increase in gyroscope resolution and a 4x increase in accelerometer resolution Provides a 40 per cent lower noise and improves temperature stability compared to traditional IMUs The InvenSense ICM-42688-P high-performance motion sensor by TDK Corporation is...
From fashion and passion to compassion, the wearable industry is invading all walks of life at a slow but promising pace. Kevin Curran, IEEE senior member and reader in Computer Science at the University of Ulster, talks to EFY...
 
 

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