Prelonic Prints Displays on Paper

Prelonic Prints Displays on Paper

A wearable device can serve one or both of two different functions; it can gather data, or it can disseminate data. If it disseminates the information, it can do this by passing it along to some other device that can display it (such as a smartphone) or it can display...
Carbon NanoBuds  Bring Touch to Wearables

Carbon NanoBuds Bring Touch to Wearables

Carbon is a miraculous element, and we continue to discover new forms and uses for it. Carbon nanotubes are of interest for their strength and ability to conduct electricity. “Buckyballs” (also known as fullerene) are soccer-ball shaped spheres of carbon...
Nail Polish Senses Date Rape Drugs

Nail Polish Senses Date Rape Drugs

Not all wearable Health Tech products are¬†based on digital technology. Sometimes all it takes is some clever materials science research to produce a product that can have a major impact on the lives of people. Such is the case with “Wearable Colors,” which...
NFL Uses Wearables to Track Players

NFL Uses Wearables to Track Players

Okay, so you think you’re a real NFL football fan; here’s a pop quiz. What do these 15 cities have in common: Atlanta, Baltimore, Carolina, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Green Bay, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, New England, Oakland, San Francisco, St....
FCC Approves Rules for Body Networks

FCC Approves Rules for Body Networks

The future will be connected. While we still depend on wires and cables to hook devices together and to the Internet, more and more connections are handled wirelessly to allow mobility and to eliminate installation costs. As sensor technology continues to advance, we...
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