VR therapy programme aims to reduce the fear of heights with computer-generated virtual coach.
Posts Categorized: Health & Wellbeing
A new capsule packed with sensors has been developed to study the health of gut bacteria
This active footrest improves blood circulation and reduces muscle tension through movement.
A cookery kit created by a graduate student encourages neighbours in Poland who often feel isolated to communicate and socialize with one another.
A startup has devised a chatbot that uses machine learning and natural language matching to identify and reduce stress in the workplace.
Student researchers have developed a smart mirror that monitors malignant moles using machine learning algorithms.
Researchers use synthetic spider silk as a delivery method for cancer-fighting drugs.
In its early stage of development, a new evolutionary ultrasound system allows women to regularly monitor for abnormalities in their breast at home.
Instant spray-on fabric lets users spray clothes directly onto their bodies.
University researchers have developed a NFC gas sensor that can tell if meat is spoiled and send smartphone alerts.
Charity partners and a local coffee supplier have created a coffee shop dedicated to providing a safe space for information and support on mental health.
An app uses smartphone sensors to detect onset signs of Parkinson’s in users which could lead to earlier treatment options.
A new smart desk incorporates seamless technology and optimized business tools to enable workers be more productive.
A team of researchers have developed an LED stool with pressure sensors to help combat back pain.
A new fitness app uses worlds first AI-powered motion tracking technology, without the need for additional hardware, to transform your phone into a virtual personal trainer.
A new grocery store from a Canadian startup sells food using a pay-what-you-can system to help reduce food waste and combat hunger.
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 startup has created an energy re-routing plug to give hospitals in developing countries access to critical devices during power outages.
A wearable device offers people with Parkinson’s disease walking aid using a visual cue device and tactile insoles.
One of China’s leading private healthcare providers launched an app for patients who want to book a home visit with a nurse.
A print advert includes instructions for testing the efficacy of home ventilation units to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.