Posts Tagged ‘wearable’

Wearable Device Analyzes Sweat To Monitor User’s Health | January 28, 2016 Issue – Vol. 94 Issue 5 | Che mical & Engineering News

Monday, April 18th, 2016

#Wearable Device Analyzes Sweat To Monitor…Health Going beyond @fitbit. Measures glucose, K+ & 2 other metabolites

also: Biosensor Sticks To Skin And Detects Metabolite In Sweat

Transfer tattoo measures lactate levels for real-time monitoring of physical exertion
By Alexander Hellemans

Spire – Wearable activity and respiration tracking for a healthy body and mind.

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

Interesting …..

Startups Take Bite Out of Food Poisoning

Friday, December 18th, 2015

Startups Take Bite Out of Food Poisoning Chem #sensors for our food & more, eventually integrated into our phones

“Among portable chemistry sets, electronic noses, visual sensors and a panoply of other technologies—including tools specific to, for example, detecting pesticide on produce—what all these companies have in common is that though they started with food, their sensors could someday add a new level of surveillance and awareness to nature and the built environment.”

Shifting identity | The Economist

Sunday, July 26th, 2015

Shifting identity Using ballistocardiography, perhaps a #wearable could determine your password from your heartbeat