Two wireless wearable devices for vital signs: WIN Human Recorder and Digital Plaster

The WIN Human Recorder:

a system that measures electrocardiographic signals, body surface temperature and human movements at the same time by attaching a sensor with wireless communication capability to the chest… Human movements are detected by a three-axis acceleration sensor.

Digital plaster:

An tiny electronic device, which can be attached to an ordinary plaster, has been developed by a scientist from London’s Imperial College.

The device checks vital signs such as temperature, blood pressure and glucose levels, sending results to a computer, which highlights any cause for concern.

Hat tip: Singularity hub

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