Google Glass V3?

Google Glass enterprise might soon become Google Glass 3. Google Glass Enterprise was quietly released at the enterprise level and have been successful in several industries. One interesting and intriguing application for enterprise glass is in the medical industry. A company by the name of Augmendix developed a package called Remote Scribe. Augmendix’s slogan is is […]

Wearable ultrasound blood pressure monitor

A real-time blood pressure monitor patch? These words would have never made sense ten years ago. Now, when someone reads that, they might think, I guess that is possible. A team of researchers led by the University of California San Diego published a paper in the journal  Nature Biomedical Engineering, describing their work on the real-time blood pressure monitor patch. The ultrasound patch […]

Wearable chronic pain relief device

A wearable that reliefs chronic pain? Yes, why not. With the advancement of neurotechnology, we now have a better understanding of how the human body works in terms of pain.  Dr. Shai Gozani while conducting medical research at MIT developed a wearable device that can do just that. He formed a company, Neurometrix, that continued the development […]

Mobile Ultrasound?

According to Wikipedia, Ultrasound is defined by the American National Standards Institute as “sound at frequencies greater than 20 kHz”. It is sound waves with frequencies higher than the upper audible limit of human hearing. Ultrasound is not different from “normal” (audible) sound in its physical properties, except in that humans cannot hear it. Most of us have heard of or have had an […]

Track what you see, see what you track.

Wearables such as smart glasses have made several attempts to make it to the mainstream consumer. The prime example is Google Glass. The smart glasses that tried to break into the mainstream. When it first arrived on the market, it created a solid buzz simply due to the association with the company name Google. Google […]