January 13, 2022

Wearable Innovations

If you already think of your Fitbit or smartphone as an extension of your body, wait until these new devices hit the market!
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If you already think of your Fitbit or smartphone as an extension of your body, wait until these new devices hit the market. Philipp Gutruf, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Arizona, is on the forefront of designing the next generation of biomedical devices for monitoring users’ health. His lab has developed 3-D printed, wearable devices that are powered wirelessly and which can seamlessly integrate with the shape of an individual’s body.

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