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The shirt that monitors your health

The shirt that monitors your health

Researchers at the Gerogia Institute of Technology in Atlanta have created a shirt lined with sensors that monitor the patient's pulse, temperature and breathing. Other researchers have added small silicon chips to textiles to create rudimentary computers.

Researchers at the Gerogia Institute of Technology in Atlanta have created a shirt lined with sensors that monitor the patient's pulse, temperature and breathing. Other researchers have added small silicon chips to textiles to create rudimentary computers.
But such devices must be sewn or glued to the textile, leading to increased production costs. According to the online edition of the AAAS science journal, cited by smartnews.ro, the electronic circuits created by Inganas are positioned within the fabrics themselves.
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