Wearable Technology

Wearable Technology

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Researchers have created fiber-based electronics that harness electromagnetic energy in the atmosphere, using the human body as part of the circuit. This fiber electronic technology...
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A team of engineers recently developed a type of conductive fiber that can be woven into clothes to give them the capabilities of smart...
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Solar cells as an energy source are integral for building electrical devices, but high-efficiency solar cells often lack flexibility, therefore their application in wearable...
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Engineers at the University of Delaware are revolutionizing human health monitoring using clothing- or more precisely- using nanomaterial-based sensors embedded in clothing, called "Henswear." The team,...
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A team of engineers, materials scientists, and chemists at Nankai University in China has developed a new and innovative microfiber-based meta-fabric that provides full-day...
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Researchers from the Department of Chemistry at UNIST reached a milestone in sustainable wearable devices. The team’s revolutionary method enables closed-loop recycling of organic electronic...
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Scientists have created a revolutionarily small ultrafast mode-locked laser system. An ultrafast mode-locked laser system is a type of system that generates extremely short pulses...
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iHLS is an accelerator for the security sector and its various unique characteristics that provides startups with recognition, international exposure, access to investors and...
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Spatial disorientation poses a great danger to astronauts and leads to them getting lost in space, but scientists have found that wearable devices that...
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There are many ways in which wearable technology is used to monitor and manage personal health, whether it’s fitness trackers, smartwatches, or many other...
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The US government invested $22 million in textiles that can record audio, video, and geolocation data. The program called “SMART ePANTS” develops active smart...
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A new smart textile was developed by University of California (UCLA) researchers, it is made of nanomagnets and yarn and can diagnose the human...
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Modern day tech developers are always trying to improve our life in one way or the other. Those developing new technologies in the health...
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A smart contact lens is a product attached to the human eye like a normal lens that provides various information. Research on these lenses...

Cerebral palsy, strokes, traumatic brain and spine injuries, all of these are examples of conditions that may affect mobility and the way in which...
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Due partly to the low cost of internet of things equipment, the US military has been able to adopt “unprecedented numbers” of IoT-enabled devices....
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Internet of Things (IoT) devices use the internet to communicate, collect, and exchange information. It’s only natural that as these device numbers grow, the...
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Logistics applications will be the major task of new wearable technology. The Marine Corps is moving ahead with plans to test a wearable robotic...
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US military troops typically rely on mostly large devices and alarms that scan a wide area for chemicals and alert entire units of a...
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Currently-available turnout gear for firefighters does not inherently provide adequate visibility, ballistic protection, or lower extremity protection as traditional approaches do not always meet...
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Only this year Apple was granted a patent for one of their acquired eye-tracking patents from SMI SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH. The company's top engineer,...
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Advancing wearable technology for user authentication - that’s the focus of a new mission of the U.S. Army’s tactical network modernization team. “Try to...

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