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L’Oréal’s new wearable skin sensor quickly assesses skin health and suggests products
Colours could become a unique way of creating music through a ring-style wearable instrument.
A wearable device connects to 5 audio channels during live music shows enabling users to tailor the mix to personal music preferences.
A winter sports helmet can automatically detect when a user falls, sending distress signals, and allows for simple long-distance group communication.
The world’s thinnest interactive surface could bring huge breakthroughs for the immersive technology sector.
Student researchers have developed microchips that use ‘backscattering’ to transmit data with almost no power to IoT devices.
A health tech startup is using a wearable headset and app to treat depression with brain stimulation.
This wearable device uses ultrasound technology to predict when users will need to go to the bathroom.
An app-controlled wearable can detect hidden high voltage points and warn users with vibrations, in addition to storing detailed information of incidents for supervisors.
A US company has created sensors that identify the cognitive and emotional state of a user by measuring their breathing.
Wearable fitness trackers are continuously enhanced thanks to technological advances in material design and sensors. It’s no longer enough to measure steps and active minutes. Find out how fitness trackers have evolved and how they’re now been used in our latest Tech Explained.
This smart wristband has a biosensor that can count particles in the bloodstream.
A sensor-enabled bracelet alerts users and designated friends if the intoxicated wearer is unlikely to be able to give fair consent.
A new wearable display is flexible, shows full colour and claims to be the world’s thinnest.
A new wearable smart coach platform for amateur soccer players uses a GPS device and app to monitor athletic performance.
Using material technology, a startup has created a smart wearable with active compression to help treat chronic venous disease.
An updated version of a popular assistive technology device uses AI to read printed text and distinguish faces for users with limited vision.
A new fitness tracker and sleep monitoring wearable can help locate users’ phones and connects with Amazon’s Alexa for smart assistant functionalities.
A wearable device offers people with Parkinson’s disease walking aid using a visual cue device and tactile insoles.
A new wearable device tracks menopause in women and helps counter hot flushes with cooling technology.
A new gestural controller allows hands-free control on devices without cameras.