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Brennan Spiegel, MD Jul 12
Our newest study: We used in cancer patients and showed that step counts statistically correlate with functional status, quality of life, risk of chemo adverse events, hospitalization, and mortality. Read full open access study here:
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Sanem Avcil 🚀 #ICO #Ar #Vr 10h
⌚Finally you can wear your exchain and wrist wallet ledger, all in one solution!⌚ Sidera Technologies Wearable Blockchain So Cool
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EarlySense Jul 18
Proud to be included in the clinical poster that won Best Abstract at the 2018 International Rapid Response & Patient Safety Conference. Study analyzed reliability of 2 sensors & EarlySense, and found our contact-free device most accurate, with >99% clinical accuracy.
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Sofie Sergeant 17h
What an explosion of meaning and creativity at closing ceremony . Drawings coming from our were glued by the artist on Greek chitons . An ode to creative research methods, multimeaningness and ambiguity of research data.
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IEEE Jul 19
This supercapacitor could power the future of sensors: via
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Christian Riepe Jul 17
AlterEgo is a closed-loop, non-invasive, wearable system for humans to converse in natural language with machines, AI assistants, services and other people without any voice
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João Bocas Jul 12
wireless gesture based controller
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Deaf wearables Jul 19
My mom and me with my audiologists in 1990. Learning was both fun and hard but it was worth it all. So blessed and thankful for God’s amazing gift!
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Gorilla Store @ Ontario Science Centre 8h
Science themed jewelry by the incredible designs! Go home today with and adenovirus, the Hubble telescope, or the Vostok, and commemorate humanity's first flight to space.
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Jamie Leaf Jul 16
Wearable tech is evolving to help solve some of healthcare’s biggest problems. Healthcare providers can collect data from patients, as well as use wearable technology to keep doctors connected and data without the hassle of a pager or phone system.
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SanjivniMantra Jul 11
" devices" iBeat's heart Watch can detect when on is going into cardiac arrest. iBeat Heart Watch uses an array of internal sensors to monitor the wearers heart rate , circulation and other biometrics and the data analysed in real time.
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João Bocas Jul 12
This is the answer for autism - I Love wearable as they have the potential to change people’s lives
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Markus Braun Jul 19
As technology aggressively approaches the market, smart apparel will be expected from all brands.
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Kaushal Soni Jul 11
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Rimah Harb Jul 17
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Wearable Link Jul 12
Our device can find people in trouble at sea in the harshest conditions. Following his terrible wipeout in 2017 we've been working with to hone the location capabilities to find people as quickly as possible
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Peter Astbury Jul 14
Grace is in the Guardian! Printed copy in the weekend magazine too. Proud moment 😊
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MyDefence 8h
A pallet of the combat proven WINGMAN detector is being prepared for shipment to a customer. WINGMAN provides automated early-warning against malicious for dismounted and is the lightest drone detector on the market.
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Evan Kirstel Jul 17
This wristband lets humans control machines with their minds https://frequent
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INNPAPER Jul 19
Ever heard of Gore-Tex? This material could hold the key for some new flexible and breathable electronics for tech!
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