Mobile Health
Mar 03, 2015
A Wall Street Journal article about Apple Watch and its health features leads to misinformation and misinterpretation about the wearable device. ...
Feb 25, 2015
Phyode's W/Me   Phyode's W/Me device goes beyond other wearable activity trackers to include capabilities such as sensing breath and providing insight...
Feb 25, 2015
Moticon's OpenGo   Germany-based Moticon’s OpenGo sensor shoe insoles can measure weightbearing, balance, acceleration, and foot temperature. The...
Feb 25, 2015
Evena Medical Eyes-On Glasses   Intravenous access (IV), used to draw blood and for IV therapy, is a common but difficult-to-perform invasive medical...
Feb 25, 2015
Force Impact Technologies's Fitguard  Force Impact Technologies is taking aim at the high-profile problem of concussions sustained while playing...
Feb 25, 2015
Pixie Scientific's Smart Diapers Pixie Scientific's Smart Diapers include an indicator that changes color based on a child's urine. The diapers can give...
Feb 25, 2015
Jins Meme   Jins Meme smart glasses use accelerometer and gyroscope sensors to measure steps, pitch, roll, and posture angle, while electrooculography...
Feb 25, 2015
Vancive Medical Technologies's Metria IH1   Vancive Medical Technologies's Metria IH1 disposable device monitors calorie expenditure, activity levels,...
Feb 25, 2015
H2 Care's H2   South Korea-based H2 Care has developed the H2, a small, lightweight, wrist-worn blood pressure monitor that lets users get readings...
Feb 25, 2015
Neurometrix's Quell Quell, a wearable neurostimulator developed by Waltham, MA-based NeuroMetrix, is intended to provide relief for users who suffer...