Wearable Technology

Wearing a ‘Heart’ On Your Sleeve Can Reduce Stress

According to new research by the University of London, if a heartbeat-like vibration delivered onto the inside of the wrist, the person feels less stressed. In...

Google’s New Smart Contact Lens

Swiss drug maker Novartis in collaboration with Google are have developed smart contact lenses. This contact lens will help diabetes patients track their blood glucose levels and...

New Fabric Uses Sun And Wind To Power Devices

Scientists from Georgia Institute of Technology developed a new fabric that gathers power from both the sun and the wind. Scientists have combined two...

Method to Make Smart-Watches Easy to Use

Scientists have devised a novel method to make smart-watches and fitness tracker easier to use. This novel research is done by Computer scientists from...

Stretchy, Skin like Game Controller Acts like Second Screen

Nowadays, wearable technology becomes popular as smartphones, computer, and mobile applications. Its hands-free monitoring is the most appealing application of it is of artificial...

Flexible wearable electronic skin patch monitor alcohol levels

Generally, Blood alcohol concentration indicator is used to measure person's blood alcohol level. But it requires pricking finger. Breathalyzers are mostly used the known...