Archive: October 2020


Stretchable electronic skin reacts to pain

Electronic artificial skin that reacts to pain just like real skin will open the way to better prosthetics, smarter robotics and non-invasive alternatives to skin grafts....

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Five fingers, one sensor

A team led by Professor Sungho Jo from the School of Computing at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) collaborated with Professor Seunghwan Ko from...

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NUS Glove

Next-generation smart gloves for gamers

While the concept of controlling a game using the hands via gloves is not new, the main problems have always been weight and flexibility.

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Amazon Halo Band

Amazon stresses privacy of new health monitor

Amazon’s new Halo Band builds on older fitness-tracking devices with features that have never been seen before in a mainstream wearable device.

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Wearables for wounds and paper interfaces

Among recent developments to come out of the Purdue Research Foundation’s Office of Technology Commercialization is a wearable solution allowing patients to receive treatment for chronic wounds without...

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AM Texas

Replicating the sophistication of a human limb

A human limb is a carefully layered structure, with stiff bone wrapped in layers of different soft tissue, such as muscle and skin, all perfectly bound together....

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