Sweat-Proof Smart Skin Takes Reliable Vitals, Could Be Used For Tracking Skin Cancer and Other Conditions

Sweat-Proof Smart Skin Takes Reliable Vitals
The researchers tested the e-skin by sticking it to a volunteer’s wrist and forehead for a week. The volunteer wore the tape during sweat-inducing activities, such as running on a treadmill for 30 minutes and consuming a spicy meal, pictured. (Video still courtesy of the researchers)
Scientists at MIT have created a new sweat-proof “electronic skin” that can monitor your vital signs even while sweating on a treadmill or eating a spicy meal. The comfortable sensor-embedded […]
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