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Can we make ourselves more empathetic? 100 years of research still has psychologists stumped.
Polygraphs and other emotional sensors are still imperfect after a century of practice.
Washable heartbeat sensors can now be embroidered onto clothing
Seamlessly sewn sensors
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The Nanotech Shirt Helping One Indy Champ Win
This weekend, Tony Kanaan wears something no driver has ever worn before
This Wearable System Might Help Asthma Sufferers Avoid Attacks
Plus, it comes in red
This Small, Flexible Patch Will Monitor Your Sweat
The patch would send data to your smartphone via Bluetooth
This Wearable Patch Uses Sweat To Monitor Blood Glucose Levels
And can automatically deliver medication with microneedles
New Tactile Sensor Is Lighter Than A Feather
This device could lead to advances in wearable technology, embedded medical sensors, flexible electronics, and more.
Wristband Sensors Can Detect, and Possibly Predict, Life-Threatening Seizures
Some seizures briefly incapacitate, while other seizures can be deadly. Knowing the difference is obviously of grave importance, but figuring...