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T-shirt with sensors and a smart system monitor health

By Damir Beciri
27 June 2012

chronious-t-shirtAs Europe’s population ages, chronic diseases are becoming increasingly widespread. In order to provide a seamless system able to monitor heart rate, breathing and physical activity, EU-funded researchers have developed a T-shirt fitted with sensors as well as additional in-home monitoring devices and intelligent data processing technology. Aside being used in telemedicine, the system could… »

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e-Nanoflex Sensor System – physiological data textile sensor

By Damir Beciri
One Comment4 May 2012

e-nanoflex-sensor-system-1An interdisciplinary team of engineers at the University of Arkansas developed e-Nanoflex Sensor System – a wireless health-monitoring textile-based sensors that can be integrated into conventional sports bra or a vest. Since the monitored information can be sent in real time to a physician, hospital or the wearer’s smartphone, the technology enables easier monitoring of… »


UCLA engineer invents world’s smallest, lightest telemedicine microscope

By Damir Beciri
22 April 2010

prototype-of-ozcan-s-lensless-microscopeUCLA engineer Aydogan Ozcan,  inventor of a novel lensless imaging technology known as LUCAS (Lensless Ultra-wide-field Cell Monitoring Array platform based on Shadow imaging), has now taken his work a step further by creating a miniature microscope – the world’s smallest and lightest for telemedicine applications. You can find more information in a paper published… »