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biosensics, clinical trials

BioSensics Launches Digital Platform for Clinical Trials

BioSensics LLC, a Watertown, Massachusetts-based wearable sensor maker, has launched a Sensor-Integrated Digital Platform for measurement and remote monitoring of movement-based biomarkers in clinical trials. Combining clinical-grade wearable sensors and turnkey data transfer and storage solutions, the platform collects sensor and ePRO data from trial participants in a timely manner. With clinically-validated algorithms doctors can […]
sleeve, emotion, touch

This Gadget Can Communicate Human Emotions Through Touch

If you ask an engineer about the future of communications, he’ll probably show you a fiber-optic cable. If you ask the same question to an artist, he or she will produce something like the sleeve. A revolutionary technology for communication is taking place at the Nokia Bell Labs in New Jersey. Engineers at this renowned […]

zGlue’s Platform zOrigin Lets You Customize Your Own Wearable

Wearables are getting smaller and smaller. The smaller the components, the sleeker the devices, meaning nicer looks and more comfortable user experience. zGlue, a Mountain View, CA-based startup believes in a future where people will create their own wearable devices. That’s why the company created a zOrigin – a chipset and platform that lets you […]
BioStamp nPoint

MC10 Receives its First FDA Approval for the BioStamp nPoint System

When David Icke, former CEO of MC10 Inc., spoke at our WT | Wearable Technologies Conference 2012 USA in San Francisco, we already knew that the BioStamp nPoint system is going to something big. The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based sensor maker has now received its first FDA 510(k) clearance for the BioStamp nPoint system. The system is […]
smartwatches listening

Is it Time for the Smartwatches to Start Listening Carefully?

As Apple says, the Apple Watch is definitely the most personal device they’ve manufactured. Still, the tech giants who have immersed themselves in the rise of the smartwatch industry may not have completely acknowledged what being a personal device can mean. Unlike a mobile phone, a smartphone can hear almost the same things what your […]
wearable insulin pump

JDRF Partners with Korean Company to Develop Wearable Insulin Pump

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) has collaborated with EOFlow, a South Korean medical device company, to speed up the development of a tiny, wearable insulin pump called EOPatch. JDRF issued a statement, with its research scientist Jaime Giraldo, Ph.D. saying: “JDRF is working hard to reduce the burden of living with Type 1 diabetes […]