Traditionally, patient monitoring devices were used in hospitals to monitor a patient’s vital signs. Nowadays, with the advancements in wireless technology, these devices can be used to remotely monitor a patient’s various physiological parameters.
In an effort to better understand how cycling affects an individual’s body, mind and the city they live in, a research team at the University of Calgary is recruiting Calgarians to participate in a study using their own wearable technology.
New wearable tech devices and mobile gadgets are designed to ensure we observe the protocols of social distancing by measuring and tracking the distances between us.
Getting in better shape is one of those perennial New Year’s resolutions that many make but few seem to follow through on — but technology may be changing that.
A professor at the University of Chicago believes he is on his way to creating a wearable for the market that will manipulate your muscles with electrical impulses to cause you to move involuntarily so you can perform a physical task you otherwise didn’t know how to do, like playing a musical instrument or operating machinery.
New Widget built on innovative sensor technologies that collect and deliver information about users' surroundings, track health and fitness data, and send updates.