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Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 1, 2021
Wearables for Crops:  Plant Based Sensor Monitors Arsenic in Soil

Wearables for Crops: Plant Based Sensor Monitors Arsenic in Soil

Nanoscale devices integrated into the leaves of living plants can detect the toxic heavy metal in real time.
Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 6, 2021
New IDTechEx Report Available to Order Today - Haptics 2021-2031

New IDTechEx Report Available to Order Today - Haptics 2021-2031

New report available from IDTechEx - "Haptics 2021-2031: Technologies, Market & Players". This in-depth report includes ERM motors, LRAs, piezoelectric ceramics and polymers, surface haptics, SMAs, electroactive polymers, kinaesthetic and contactless haptic feedback.
Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 12, 2021
AR/VR/MR: The Critical Technology of the Next Decade

AR/VR/MR: The Critical Technology of the Next Decade

By 2030, IDTechEx predicts the augmented, virtual, and mixed reality market to be over $30Bn. With COVID-19 limiting physical interaction, virtual communication and interaction will be the norm for many years to come.
Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 7, 2021
Smart Building Opportunities for Printed Sensors

Smart Building Opportunities for Printed Sensors

The building of the future may have printed sensors built into the walls, floor, and ceiling to detect water leaks, air quality, usage patterns, and more.
Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 4, 2021
IDTechEx TVFree Webinar: Infiniteā„¢ Material Solutions & Titan Robotics

Free Webinar: Infinite™ Material Solutions & Titan Robotics

Infinite Material Solutions and Titan Robotics are combined efforts to present a unique and insightful webinar. From extrusion techniques to material advancements—including new AquaSys® 180 water-soluble support—learn from two teams of industry thought leaders about how they're enabling faster, more cost-effective printing processes.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 30, 2020
Powering up Stretchy Technology

Powering up Stretchy Technology

A team of researchers has created stretchable energy-storage devices using a specialized printing technology, innovative materials and the centuries-old art of origami.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 29, 2020
Smart Shirt Could Help with Weight Loss, Fitness

Smart Shirt Could Help with Weight Loss, Fitness

A smart shirt for athletes will monitor heart and muscle activity, analyse temperature and perspiration during exercise while working with an app that records the course of training, the route of walking, running or cycling, the shirt can also help users to compete online with other athletes.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 28, 2020
Diabetes Monitoring via the Earlobe

Diabetes Monitoring via the Earlobe

A product design graduate from the University of Huddersfield has defeated thousands of entries from around the world to become one of the finalists of the 2020 Global Grad Show with her design for a discreet earring that monitors blood sugar levels and delivers feedback in real-time.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 25, 2020
Electrical Stimulator to Zap Alzheimer's Disease

Electrical Stimulator to Zap Alzheimer's Disease

The olfactory system, or sense of smell, is known to be dysfunctional in the early stages of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. It is also shown that proper olfactory function can play a key role in regaining consciousness after brain injuries.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 23, 2020
New Device Detects Which Hand Gestures You Want to Make

New Device Detects Which Hand Gestures You Want to Make

Imagine typing on a computer without a keyboard, playing a video game without a controller or driving a car without a wheel. That's one of the goals of a new device developed by engineers, that can recognize hand gestures based on electrical signals detected in the forearm. The system, which couples wearable biosensors with artificial intelligence, could one day be used to control prosthetics or to interact with almost any type of electronic device.
Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 1, 2021
Wearables for Crops:  Plant Based Sensor Monitors Arsenic in Soil

Wearables for Crops: Plant Based Sensor Monitors Arsenic in Soil

Nanoscale devices integrated into the leaves of living plants can detect the toxic heavy metal in real time.
Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 12, 2021
AR/VR/MR: The Critical Technology of the Next Decade

AR/VR/MR: The Critical Technology of the Next Decade

By 2030, IDTechEx predicts the augmented, virtual, and mixed reality market to be over $30Bn. With COVID-19 limiting physical interaction, virtual communication and interaction will be the norm for many years to come.
Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 4, 2021
IDTechEx TVFree Webinar: Infiniteā„¢ Material Solutions & Titan Robotics

Free Webinar: Infinite™ Material Solutions & Titan Robotics

Infinite Material Solutions and Titan Robotics are combined efforts to present a unique and insightful webinar. From extrusion techniques to material advancements—including new AquaSys® 180 water-soluble support—learn from two teams of industry thought leaders about how they're enabling faster, more cost-effective printing processes.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 29, 2020
Smart Shirt Could Help with Weight Loss, Fitness

Smart Shirt Could Help with Weight Loss, Fitness

A smart shirt for athletes will monitor heart and muscle activity, analyse temperature and perspiration during exercise while working with an app that records the course of training, the route of walking, running or cycling, the shirt can also help users to compete online with other athletes.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 25, 2020
Electrical Stimulator to Zap Alzheimer's Disease

Electrical Stimulator to Zap Alzheimer's Disease

The olfactory system, or sense of smell, is known to be dysfunctional in the early stages of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. It is also shown that proper olfactory function can play a key role in regaining consciousness after brain injuries.
Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 6, 2021
New IDTechEx Report Available to Order Today - Haptics 2021-2031

New IDTechEx Report Available to Order Today - Haptics 2021-2031

New report available from IDTechEx - "Haptics 2021-2031: Technologies, Market & Players". This in-depth report includes ERM motors, LRAs, piezoelectric ceramics and polymers, surface haptics, SMAs, electroactive polymers, kinaesthetic and contactless haptic feedback.
Wearable Technology Insights
Jan 7, 2021
Smart Building Opportunities for Printed Sensors

Smart Building Opportunities for Printed Sensors

The building of the future may have printed sensors built into the walls, floor, and ceiling to detect water leaks, air quality, usage patterns, and more.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 30, 2020
Powering up Stretchy Technology

Powering up Stretchy Technology

A team of researchers has created stretchable energy-storage devices using a specialized printing technology, innovative materials and the centuries-old art of origami.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 28, 2020
Diabetes Monitoring via the Earlobe

Diabetes Monitoring via the Earlobe

A product design graduate from the University of Huddersfield has defeated thousands of entries from around the world to become one of the finalists of the 2020 Global Grad Show with her design for a discreet earring that monitors blood sugar levels and delivers feedback in real-time.
Wearable Technology Insights
Dec 23, 2020
New Device Detects Which Hand Gestures You Want to Make

New Device Detects Which Hand Gestures You Want to Make

Imagine typing on a computer without a keyboard, playing a video game without a controller or driving a car without a wheel. That's one of the goals of a new device developed by engineers, that can recognize hand gestures based on electrical signals detected in the forearm. The system, which couples wearable biosensors with artificial intelligence, could one day be used to control prosthetics or to interact with almost any type of electronic device.