Lumus wins ‘ Next Big Things in Tech’
Lumus, the pioneering developer of reflective waveguide technology for augmented reality (AR) eyewear, has announced that its Z-Lens 2D waveguide architecture has been named to Fast Company’s third annual Next Big Things in Tech list.
Transforming heart health with smart data
Using data from wearables, Researchers at Duke University, in collaboration with computational scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, have made a breakthrough in heart health monitoring with the Longitudinal Hemodynamic Mapping Framework (LHMF).
Gold nanowires revolutionise wearable sensor technology
In an era where technology seamlessly integrates with our daily lives, a new development in wearable sensor devices has emerged from the labs of Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH).
Sonical and XMOS collaborate for Headphone 3.0 at CES 2024
At CES, Las Vegas, 2024, Sonical, the company pioneering the principles of Headphone 3.0, and XMOS, a deep tech semiconductor company at the leading edge of the intelligent IoT, are proudly announcing a joint development.
Unlocking wireless performance of wearable devices
Conductive platforms make wireless communication difficult when the device is mounted close to the structure. Just like metal, the human body appears electrically conductive to electromagnetic waves, but with an understanding of the challenges highlighted in this article, you can avoid the connectivity performance issues, stay ahead of the curve giving your customer the wireless experience they deserve.
Novel wearable captures body sounds for vital health monitoring
Researchers from Northwestern University have developed new wearable devices that offers continuous monitoring of vital bodily sounds.
Are ultrasonic sensors the better alternative to electrodes in prosthetics?
In the field of biomedical engineering, particularly in prosthetics, a shift from traditional electrode-based systems to more advanced technologies like ultrasonic sensors is gaining traction.
The future of smart textiles in daily life
Smart textiles are changing how we interact with the environment around us; fabrics are moving beyond their traditional roles to become integral and interactive components in our everyday lives.
Smart t-shirt helps manage stress and predict burnout in soldiers
AccYouRate has recently partnered with the Italian Armed Forces to explore the impact of incorporating smart textile technology in military gear.
Saline-charged battery for smart contact lenses
Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have created a flexible battery, as thin as the human cornea, which draws power from saline solution.