Nanomembrane Wearable Sensors Deliver Precision and Continuous Stress Monitoring

Georgia Tech nanomembrane wearable stress monitor
Photos showing a highly stretchable soft device on fingers with top view (left) and bottom view (right). Photo credit: Georgia Tech
Researchers at Georgia Tech has developed SKINTRONICS – a wearable stress monitor that utilizes fully stretchable, wireless skin-conformal bioelectronics, designed to provide precise readings of heart rate and sweat gland […]
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