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An EEG That Fits Inside Your Ear | MIT Technology Review Device Could Spot Seizures by Reading Brainwaves through the Ear A tiny, unobtrusive brain monitor could help track daily seizures. By Aviva Hope Rutkin on August 15, 2013

Device Could Spot Seizures by Reading Brainwaves through the Ear A tiny, unobtrusive brain monitor could help track daily seizures.

A wearable that might be designed with women in mind Elemoon Wearable Bracelet Wants To Make Alerts More Chic Than Geek | TechCrunch

Elemoon Wearable Bracelet Wants To Make Alerts More Chic Than Geek

A Brain-Computer Interface That Lasts for Weeks | Brain signals can be read using soft, flexible, wearable electrodes that stick onto and near the ear like a temporary tattoo and can stay on for more than two weeks even during highly demanding activities such as exercise and swimming, researchers say.

Brain signals can be read using soft, flexible, wearable electrodes that stick onto and near the ear like a temporary tattoo and can stay on for more than two weeks even during highly demanding activities such as exercise and swimming, researchers say.

Now you can have the luxury of a big screen movie in the palm of your hand! With a portable HD projector for your iPhone you can use your phone to project movies on screens up to 60 inches! The sky is limit; just plug and play your movies on any blank wall. Hang a bed sheet outside and turn your backyard into a theater this summer, making memories for your kids that will last a lifetime!

Now you can have the luxury of a big screen movie in the palm of your hand! With a portable HD projector for your iPhone you can use your phone to project movies on screens up to 60 inches! The sky is limit; just plug and play your movies on any blank wal

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NeuroSky BrainLink Pro: BrainWave Headset

NeuroSky BrainLink Pro: BrainWave Headset

The Metria Wearable Sensor is another new tool aimed at helping the healthcare industry shift toward prevention. It works like this: The user attaches the wearable sensor, which uses "skin-friendly" adhesive; the sensor collects data, such as the number of hours slept and breaths per minute; and the sensor wirelessly transmits a summary of the data to the user's or caregiver's device, such as a smartphone.

The Metria Wearable Sensor is new device which is aimed at helping the medical industry. Its applications include health and wellness, sports - fitness, and cardiac monitoring, according to maker Avery Dennison.

These ultra-thin electronic ‘fingertips’ could pave the way for new high-tech surgical gloves that enable wearers to feel pressure, texture, motion, resistance and temperature in an enhanced way. According to professor John Rogers of the University of Illinois, the fingertip could allow doctors to sense the electrical properties of tissue or even carry out extremely targeted ultrasounds.

New wearable electronics could become smart surgical gloves that allow surgeons to feel and do everything using their fingertips. Such electronics could even include electronic "socks" wrapped snugly

futuristic hospital bracelet- tracks your vitals. Very cool wearable technology

Modern technology has paved the way for some of the sleekest gadgets that apart from being functional have also become a hi-tech accessory or fashionable jewelry for the stylish. Conceived by New York based designer Svetlana Blum, the “Second.