«You might soon wear your computer on your skin instead of relegating it to a pocket, backpack, or desktop.»

«Cornell University researchers have developed a skin-tight computer interface that’s easy to attach/detach and can be used for anything from health monitoring to fashion. It’s part of a growing interest in skin-based wearable computers.»

«Skin wearable computing is primarily useful for its ability to accurately capture human motion and physiological state, including health vitals, while allowing the wearer to remain mobile and perform daily tasks,» Carmel Majidi, director of the Soft Machines Lab at Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering, told Lifewire in an email interview.»

Article written by Sascha Brodsky



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