The biowearable is one step beyond health and fitness trackers you wear like a watch and one step behind sensors embedded under the skin.
The world's highest, longest glass bridge, Salvador Dali's art in virtual reality and drone races top this week's gallery.
Researchers have created a super stretchy sensor made from chewing gum and carbon nanotubes to help wearables move with twists, turns and bends while tracking vital signs like breathing. Continue reading →
The grooming habits of hairy animals could be mimicked to keep sensitive electronics clean and operational. Continue reading →
Two US F-16s fighter jets were scrambled to pursue the JLENS blimp as it floated north of Washington.
The wearer's movements are captured by sensors and transmitted via Wi-Fi or a cable to a computer or smartphone. Continue reading →
Ingestible sensors could test for bacterial infections, check for diseases and monitor medication levels, among other things. Continue reading →
An anti-drone system could appeal to anyone concerned about unauthorized drones spying, smuggling or otherwise causing security concerns.
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