Wearable Sensors Styled In T-Shirts And Face Masks — ScienceDaily

Imperial researchers have incorporated new low-cost sensors that monitor breathing, heart rate and ammonia into T-shirts and face masks. Potential applications range from monitoring exercise, sleep and stress to diagnosing and monitoring diseases through breath and vital signs. Spun from a new Imperial-developed cotton-based conductive thread called PECOTEX, the sensors cost little to manufacture. Just … Read more