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A team of researchers from Rice University and Harvard University demonstrated that it is possible to fabricate programmable, nonelectronic circuits that could control the actions of soft robots using compressed air Presently, soft robots or wearables need to be programmed...
Researchers develop clothing material with sensor integrated threads enabling a new generation of wearable technology. Wearable sensors, like those on smartwatches, let us continuously monitor our health and well-being non-invasively. Until now, however, there has been a lack of suitable...
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 pneumatic computers capable of digital logic, onboard memory and user interaction. The concept works on...
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, according to new research. The technology is evolving and providing scalability very effectively. Massachusetts General Hospital...
Engineers at the University of California San Diego have created a prototype of a wearable that can track many health metrics in real time, including glucose, alcohol, and lactate levels. The device is about the size of six quarters stacked...
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 bring self-charging smartwatches and health monitors one step closer. Researchers believe the new mechanisms, which...
This research team is developing wearable technology to keep people cool during the summer. A Chinese-led research team has invented a fabric that can generate power from heat for wearable electronics or help people cool down in the summer. According...
Maxim's camera cube enables AI applications such as facial identification and keyword recognition to be embedded in low-power, cost-sensitive applications such as wearables and IoT devices. Enabling ultra-low-power internet of things (IoT) devices to implement hearing and vision, the MAXREFDES178#...
A smart wearable whose battery runs out in a few hours is not desired by anyone. But by identifying the associated problems and carefully designing the power circuitry, this battery issue can be avoided. We are living in an era...
It has small size and performs selective ozone detection, ideal for integration in wearables, smartphones and industrial monitoring devices Ozone gas is harmful to our health as its presence in the air is known to cause significant degradation of outdoor...
 
 

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