RSX 2015 - How much do you know about your body?

The latest wearable technologies are transforming our understanding of our health, from biomotion to behavioural and physiological changes. Miniaturisation and cost reduction brought about by the semiconductor industry have made it possible to create computers that are smaller in size than a pin head, powerful enough to carry out the processing required, and affordable enough to be considered disposable. By using body as the medium, inspiration and a source of energy to provide continuous sensing, monitoring and intervention, we demonstrate how body-sensor-networks are transforming healthcare and wellbeing.

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