MIT Unveils a Toolkit That Allows Anyone To Design Their Own Muscle-Sensing Wearables

MIT toolkit design muscle sensing wearables
Using “EIT-kit,” an MIT team built a personal muscle monitor for physical rehabilitation, and a “bracelet” that can detect distracted driving. (Images courtesy of MIT CSAIL)
MIT’s Science and and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has created a toolkit that lets users design health-sensing devices that can detect how muscles move. To design the toolkit, the researchers […]
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