Malleable Micro – Batteries for Wearable Technology
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Malleable Micro – Batteries for Wearable Technology

A new innovative technology for wearables is taking over the market of future technology. Wearables are portable systems that house sensors to make measurements from the wearer's body. Powering these wearables requires flexible batteries that adapt to the specific material, and deliver...

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Body Heat Provides Wearables With Eternal Power
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Body Heat Provides Wearables With Eternal Power

The first watch to make use of the body's natural heat to uphold battery charge in wearables is now even being crowdfunded on Indiegogo. Who else but researchers from Texas A&M University (a hot place) came up with the solution. In today's wearables battery life is a...

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tinyTILE, An Intel Development Board Based on Intel Curie Module
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tinyTILE, An Intel Development Board Based on Intel Curie Module

In the past year, Intel announced the low power development board “tinyTILE” which was built based on Intel Curie Module, offering quick and easy identification of actions and motions, features needed by always-on applications. tinyTile was designed for use in wearable devices...

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Send Touch Over Distance With HEY Bracelet
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Send Touch Over Distance With HEY Bracelet

HEY is an innovative bracelet that really makes you feel connected to a loved one. It uses a unique technology to send your touch as far as needed. It’s the first bracelet that mimics a real human touch, not by producing a mechanical vibration or buzzing sensation, but an actual gentle...

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Human Motion Powered Nanotechnology Devices
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Human Motion Powered Nanotechnology Devices

Michigan State University researchers have came up with a new method for  harvesting energy from human motion using nanotechnology. They designed a low-cost film-like device, a nanogenerator, than can power a LCD display,  keyboard, and some LEDs without any source of electric power, by...

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Conductive Plastic Holes For Wearables
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Conductive Plastic Holes For Wearables

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) research team has just debuted a new way of building flexible nontoxic golden film out of golden wires. They predict it will be a major step in wearable sensor research since it is comfortable and convenient for health usage,...

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