World’s Smallest Stand-alone Wearable Alexa

December 16, 2018

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/frenby/frenby-worlds-smallest-stand-alone-alexa-ai-speake?ref=creator_nav Both wearable and individual, Frenby is the World’s smallest Stand-alone portable A.I. assistant capable of operation without connection to any auxiliary smart device. Before Frenby, wearable A.I. assistants relied on smart phone pairing. With Frenby, no need to be tied down to your smart phone. Access all the convenience of your regular smart home…

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Wearable Thermoelectric Body Heat to Electricity Energy Harvester Wristband

December 14, 2018

A prototype wearable device I designed and made for charging handheld devices, smart watches, phones, video game devices, etc, using electricity harvested from body heat using a low voltage thermoelectric generator. Thermoelectricity produced from bismuth-selenide peltier elements by the Seebeck effect produces a low voltage and a more or less stable current when a constant…

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Robotic Skin and Stretchable Sensors at Stanford University’s Bao Research Group

December 13, 2018

Voltera recently visited one of the labs at Stanford University using the V-One, the Bao Research Group (https://baogroup.stanford.edu/). They are using the V-One to print stretchable, flexible inks for use in robotic skin and biomedical wearable technology. Learn more about the V-One Printer here: https://www.voltera.io/product/technology/

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Pireta explains its Truly Wearable technology

December 12, 2018

Pireta has developed a unique free-form process to add durable, conductive, metallic patterns to textiles without changing the fabric feel or performance. Pireta’s technology allows electronic systems to be assembled and interconnected on a wide range of fabrics, enabling a new generation of truly wearable smart garments and e-textiles. Find out more about Pireta: www.pireta.co.uk…

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Smart textiles for wearable telemedicine | Kunal Mankodiya | TEDxURI

December 12, 2018

Kunal Mankodiya founded the Wearable Biosensing Lab at the University of Rhode Island. He intertwines textile with sensors, computing, and internet such that individuals are enveloped by unobtrusive wearable tech for the improved quality of life, health, and wellness. He and his team recently received a series of accolades nationally and internationally for their design…

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