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Skin-like Paper-thin Flexible Heart Monitor Developed

Skin-like Paper-thin Flexible Heart Monitor Developed

The flexible skin-like heart monitor is small enough to wear under a bandage. (Credit: Stanford) Engineers working at Stanford University developed a wearable heart monitor that is thinner than a dollar bill. This revolutionary skin-like unit could potentially provide physicians ...

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Philips’ New Health Monitoring System

Philips’ New Health Monitoring System

Philips Research have developed a body vest with integrated textile electrodes and control electronics to measure the patient’s ECG (Electro-cardiogram), as well as sensors that are placed in the patient’s bed to measure his heart-rate, breathing rate and body movement ...

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Wireless USB to VGA Kit

Wireless USB to VGA Kit

IOGEAR Inc. has recently introduced a new product that wirelessly connects between Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports and Video Graphics Array (VGA) ports. Using such a connection, users are able to add a high-resolution display to extend their desktop completely ...

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Sharp’s 108-Inch LCD

Sharp’s 108-Inch LCD

Sharp Corporation recently introduced the world’s largest LCD display, measuring 108 inches. The new display will be available for business and commercial applications, but currently, only a limited number of monitors will be provided. One of the first buyers of ...

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Samsung Dual Monitor

Samsung Dual Monitor

Samsung recently unveiled a dual-monitor, which consists of two LCD displays. The larger, 22-inch screen serves as a main display, while the smaller 7-inch screen displays secondary applications that are usually used in the background, such as instant-messaging services or ...

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Xplorer GPS Smart Shoe

Xplorer GPS Smart Shoe

The Xplorer GPS Smart shoe tracks the wearer’s location and provides a history of their movement. The GPS-enabled shoe is the result of cooperation between Enfora and Global Trek Xploration Corporation (GTXC). The advantage of the shoe is that although ...

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Exmocare Wristwatch

Exmocare Wristwatch

The U.S. Company Exmocare has developed a novel wristwatch, which is capable of monitoring many physiological signals. The watch can send a report regarding the wearer’s emotional and physiological state to a loved one or caretaker, via email, SMS, or ...

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New Biosensors Will Monitor Physiological Signs

New Biosensors Will Monitor Physiological Signs

Researchers at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville are testing possible applications of different biosensors – hoping to bring them into use in the health-care industry. The sensors can be applied onto special fabrics with wireless technology, continuously monitoring the ...

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