Un progetto italiano nel settore biomedicale: pellicole molto sottili in grado di percepire segnali elettrici. Diversi campi di applicazione, dalla registrazione dei dolori muscolari all’elettrocardiogramma. La tecnologia è meno invasiva dei tradizionali elettrodi. Continue reading
When the automobile was invented in the 18th century, it was little more than an engine with a driver’s seat – a machine designed with the sole purpose of transporting its driver from Point A to Point B.
As more and more companies begin to tackle the wearable tech market with smartwatches and fitness trackers, we thought that is time to look at some of the weirdest wearables you might not have seen before (and for good reason). Continue reading
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Adidas has bought Runtastic, bringing the popular fitness tracking app in-house and promising to “unleash its knowledge of sport” on its 70m users. The deal, which values Runtastic at around $241m, sees the app join Adidas’ own fitness wearables like the miCoach FIT SMART, and could give the sportswear brand a lower-cost way to engage new users via their smartphones.
That is right, the implantable. In the past decade of tech innovation, connectivity has been the name of the game. Call your friend in the middle of the night in Antarctica.
The next wave of wearables steers clear of fitness in favor of mental wellness. Continue reading
Google is bringing wearables to the medical profession. According to a new report, the company has developed a wrist-worn device laced with sensors to give physicians detailed information on patients in real-time, even when they’re away from the hospital. Continue reading
Ruchi Pandya, a soli 18 anni, ha inventato un device in grado di di rilevare un arresto cardiaco 72 ore prima del suo avvento. L’invenzione ha colpito anche il Presidente Obama che ha deciso di riceverla alla Casa Bianca. Continue reading