the latest in smart clothing detects cancer and prevents injuries

by:INGOR SPORTWEAR     2019-09-28
NEW YORK (MainStreet)—
In a world where smart clothing and wearable technology are rapidly evolving, it is sometimes difficult to keep up with the latest developments.
For example, while Fitbit and smartwatches are very cool and advanced, they are actually starting to feel out of date in the latest batch of emerging products.
The latest progress in this field (
Some of these new products have not yet been sold)
Including Bluetooth bras that detect early signs of breast cancer, hairpins and jewelry designed to help you measure UV exposure and possibly avoid skin cancer and smart socks designed to improve running performance and provide real-time feedback, thereby minimizing damage.
Industry insiders say this is an exciting moment when new developments and announcements are almost commonplace.
Companies of all sizesstart-ups, well-
Well-known brands and industry giants
They are all part of this mix, an interesting project dedicated to shaping the future, influencing how consumers interact with technology, and how we monitor every aspect of health.
\"I think this is the most exciting moment for smart clothing to be applied to the medical industry,\" United
Founder and CEO of wearable devices.
Com, a website launched last year, covers this dynamic industry and sells some of the latest products.
Because he works in a media and business center focused on wearable technology and smart apparel industry, Rincon is one of the cutting edge customers of all new and emerging products, news and developmentWearbles.
Com receives a large number of press releases every day.
Lin Kong messed up so many interesting tidbits.
Nanoparticles used to detect cancer when swallowed up by consumers, Smart Hospital dresses and patients-
Smart watch-
Sometimes it will be dazzling.
At the same time, for expectant mothers, a promising young Cornell University senior has created a concept for the maternity production line, the production line monitors and tracks the mother\'s blood pressure, body temperature and breathing levels by means of conductive silver fibers embedded in the fabric.
The information is transferred to the iPhone app where you can view the information.
Another exciting innovation is a wearable device designed to help quit smoking by offering nicotine alternatives and all-day encouragement.
This device from Chrono Therapeutics is developed according to the user\'s desire cycle and can provide different levels of nicotine.
It also comes with Bluetooth to connect to the smartphone app.
If approved by the Federal Trade Commission, it will be published to the public on 2017.
Ruth Thompson, head of consumer product development at Cambridge Consulting, said: \"We have just started the development of wearable devices . \".
\"There are a lot of general tracking and monitoring systems. . .
The pedometer is now out of date.
As the industry has more confidence in trying these things, it becomes more specific events or campaigns.
\"Cambridge Consultants recently launched their own innovations in this area --
A small hairpin called Solitair that measures the wearer\'s sun exposure.
Solitair clip combines the information of the user\'s sunlight with the data of the personal skin type and the schedule of the day to provide true
Advice on when to cover up or move indoors.
This was developed as a \"thought fragment\" and is not available to the public, Thompson said.
However, if an investor who wants to bring the product to market stands up, the product may go public.
\"We want to do an interesting article about sunshine care for people who are not only worried about skin cancer, but also for those who are worried about not getting enough sunshine,\" she said . \".
For those interested in the idea, a company called Netatmo has developed a trendy wrist jewelry called June, which can measure your exposure and
The company said jewelry and related technologies worth $129 will help users find out how to avoid damage and prevent premature skin aging.
It has a variety of fashionable colors.
Due to technological advances related to component size reduction, performance improvement, increasing algorithm strength and price reduction, many such developments are possible, Thompson said.
Still, the most striking entrant is the iTBra of Cyrcadia, a wearable technology that offers a monthly breast health screening.
According to the company\'s website, bras have been successfully tested in more than 500 patients and have shown a 87% correlation with proven clinical diagnosis of breast cancer.
ITBra, which uses embedded technology for 12 hours, provides what the company calls a highly accurate monthly selfbreast exam.
The bra contains a smart breast patch that detects tiny day and night temperature changes within the breast cell and communicates this information to the Cyrcadia health laboratory using a device that enables the smartphone.
Large bra included-
Data predictive analysis software, a series of algorithms and neural networks for the identification and classification of abnormal temperature and other cell signaling patterns and behaviors in healthy breast tissues.
Google\'s work on nanoparticles is also hard not to be exciting.
The Wall Street Journal initially released the news, reporting that Google is developing tiny magnetic particles that actually patrol the human body, looking for signs of cancer, and along with the corresponding wristsbased wearable.
However, the challenge of revolutionary advances in smart clothing used with health treatments or diagnostics is that products need to go through extensive and expensive tests and trials, says Lin.
So, at the same time, the vast majority of health-related smart clothing and wearable technologies are making a broader design with the goal of the fitness market.
The Sensoria gym socks are a good example.
Socks are designed to be textile circuit boards that inject three sensors under the soles of their feet to detect pressure.
The conductive fiber transmits the data collected by the sensor to the foot ank.
The sock is paired with the smartphone app, which includes a virtual trainer who constantly monitors the user\'s running form and provides real
Time feedback through audio and video prompts during running.
Ultimately, the goal is to increase the speed, speed and rhythm of the wearer and avoid injuries, etc. Sensoria, Inc. the Washington-based start-
Developing socks is a major example of many small innovators who are now making great progress in the industry.
Under the leadership of Davide Vigano, a former Microsoft executive, and two partners, the company has just begun its development journey in this field. Sensoria Inc.
About 50 developers are currently working on a variety of new ideas and projects, says Vigano.
\"Our goal is to make electronics disappear completely in the eyes of people.
\"This is our goal and we are working to achieve it,\" he said, revealing one of the company\'s many initiatives.
Vigano also talked about using Sensoria\'s sports bra to detect cancer, similar to the iTBra of Cyrcadia.
His excitement in the field is contagious, and he is optimistic about the future of smart clothing and wearable devices, especially those aimed at helping users in some way to be healthy.
\"We actually think smart clothing will replace a lot of medical devices,\" he said . \".
\"Clothing can replace medical devices and can also increase medical devices.
\"The sky is the limit,\" he added . \"
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