Posts tagged Electronics
Embr Labs

The first bracelet that heats or cools you.  Wristify is developed by a team of MIT-trained engineers who are using cutting-edge technology to revolutionize temperature.  Thermal relief. Anytime, anywhere.  Wristify recreates the relief you get when you warm your hands by the fireplace in the winter, or when you refresh with an ice cube on your skin in the summer.

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Dupont's Stretchable Inks

DuPont stretchable electronic inks provide an elegant, manufacturing-ready alternative to previous methods of embedding electronics in clothing.  The end result is a thin, form-fitting circuit that can be seamlessly fused with standard fabrics, allowing for unprecedented comfort and freedom in wearable electronics design.

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Rebel (formerly Macromolecular)

Our outside-of-the-box startup is developing new polymers. We have formulated a matrix of programmable polymers that can be successfully applied in: electronic gadgetry, medicine, clothing, agriculture, clean energy and space exploration . . . the list of applications continues to grow. In all of these areas, our proprietary core polymeric material is an integral part allowing us to incorporate certain diverse properties and functionalities which, until now, could not exist within a single solution.

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Stretch Sense

Wearable motion capture sensors that measure stretch, pressure, bend, and shear

Our wearable sensors are designed to unobtrusively measure large and small strains, and transmit the data accurately to a bluetooth enabled device, without the need for constant recalibration. Our capacitive sensors provide accurate, stable data when stretched repeatedly. 

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Since 2008 we have focused on European cooperation (EU-FP7) and contract development for commercial and institutional actors. Ohmatex now works with leading technology companies in Europe on the development of smart textiles for clients in the space, medical, sports and safety sectors.

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