Wearable

New “Tip-Tap” device allows battery-free computer input with fingertips

Tip-Tap is wireless and battery-free, could be used in factories, hospitals, gyms and many other applications.

Band-Aid-size wearable device to measure infants’ blood oxygen levels

Mobile, wearable device the size of a Band-Aid could allow babies to leave the hospital and be monitored from home.

The Arque prosthetic tail promises to improve user’s balance and agility

For most animals, the tail serves as a way to maintain balance or to grip objects while navigating through small spaces. Humans don't have...

MIT’s AlterEgo can read thoughts, hear the voice inside your brain

I don't want to alarm you, but robots can now read your thoughts or hear the voice inside your head. Ummm... kind of! Researchers at...

Meet Sony Reon Pocket, a wearable mini air conditioner

If you are one of them who always dreamed to have an air conditioner wherever you go, you might be interested in Sony’s new...

Wearable artificial throat could help mute people ‘speak’ with relative ease

Most of us often take speech for granted, but human speech is a biological marvel. It is a complex process that involves both motions...

Nike’s Joyride shoes give you a feeling like running on bubbles

Nike unveiled its “Joyride Run Flyknit,” which is designed for both casual and every-day runner. Nike engineered a unique, responsive cushioning system that adapts...

IBM patents a smartwatch that folds out into smartphone and tablet

In the past few months, we have seen the smartphone world going crazy about foldable phones. All thanks to the folding screen technology, which...

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