Sensing structure without touching
Researchers have developed an exceptionally sensitive touch sensor that revolutionises the field of robotics and bionics by sensing even without direct contact with the objects it detects.
Lumus named one of the world’s top innovators
Lumus, the pioneering developer of reflective or geometric waveguide technology for augmented reality (AR) eyewear, has announced that it has been named in the third annual “Innovation Momentum Global Top 100” report by LexisNexis.
Samsung Galaxy ‘smart’ Ring: what we know so far
At Mobile World Congress, Samsung is displaying its intelligent health lineup. As part of this portfolio, the Galaxy Ring is being unveiled as a new wearable that simplifies wellness.
Adobe and Christian Cowan unveil the first complete wearable garment
Adobe has partnered with fashion designer Christian Cowan to reveal a groundbreaking wearable and electronically adjustable garment, employing Adobe Primrose technology, at Cowan's Fall/Winter 2024 show during New York Fashion Week.
New 3D-printable material for flat-panel displays and wearables
A team led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has introduced a ‘supramolecular ink’ technology, poised to revolutionise the OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays and electronic device markets.
Webinar: selecting the best antenna for your wireless wearable device
Reliable wireless performance of wearable products can greatly influence the success of a new product launch.
Laser safety eyewear from LASER COMPONENTS
LASER COMPONENTS is proud to present to the market the Kentek KXL-C505C laser safety eyewear filters.
Bosch launches smallest MEMS accelerometers for wearables and hearables
Space is at a premium in hearables, smartwatches and other portable consumer products, and all components must be as small as possible.
Debut of AR glasses demo with plastic full-colour waveguide
Cellid has unveiled new plastic full-colour waveguide for AR glasses at CES 2024, where they will also be demonstrated.
OKW’S body-case wearable plastic enclosures for IoT/IIoT
Growth in the IIoT mobile electronics segment is set to further boost demand for OKW’s BODY-CASE (IP 65) wearable plastic enclosures.