The researchers created prototypes of smart socks, vests, gloves, and even a robot sleeve to test the new technology.
The device uses thermoelectric generators to convert the body’s internal temperature into electricity.
The new method uses heart rate variabilities to identify symptoms early on, paving the way for future diagnostic methods.
The wearable provides 24/7 non-invasive needleless monitoring of blood glucose levels.
It took two years for the patent to be finally accepted.
The NUS research team aims to incorporate the novel film into various commercial products.
The premium headphones might be having some issues.
Imagine thinking about making a high five gesture, and the device automatically does it.