Sensor Holdings Limited purchases StretchSense
Sensor Holdings Limited is pleased to announce that on Tuesday the 8th of October it completed the purchase of the business and assets of StretchSense.
Sensors for Smart Garments
StretchSense is a global supplier of soft, stretchy sensors.
StretchSense negotiates with StartToday, creates disappearable suit
StretchSense Limited, New Zealand manufacturer of wearable sensing systems, announced that it has completed negotiation for a call option agreement that allows its investor StartToday Co Ltd to selectively conduct full acquisition of StretchSense in the future.
Concept to Prototype in 21 Days: Rapid Development with StretchSense
There's little argument that we live in a data-driven world, and developing products to capture body motion data is a new frontier in the rapidly growing wearable sector.
IDTechEx caught up with Mark Williamson from Stretchsense at AWE 2017 in Santa Clara, USA.
Stretchable electronics: everything you need to know
Stretchable Electronics is a term that conceals great diversity. Indeed, it is an umbrella term that refers to a whole host of emerging electronic materials, components and devices that exhibit some degree of mechanical stretchability.
Wearable stretch sensors making underwear into underwearables
Most of us have heard the example of wearable tech's adoption failure, where we abandon our gadgets after a few weeks to end up in our underwear drawers. But ironically, maybe this is exactly where wearable technology should be.
Incredible self-powered wearable technology by StretchSense
Video Interview with StretchSense at the IDTechEx Show! in Santa Clara, USA (November 16-17 2016)
Investment in Kiwi wearable sensors
StretchSense, a wearable sensor company based in Auckland New Zealand, has announced that it has secured Series A funding from Japanese corporation Start Today Co Ltd
Wearable Technologies Conference Report - Munich 2015
IDTechEx attended the Wearable Technologies AG event in Munich, Germany on February 2-3, 2015. The event involved a two day conference and trade show tied to the larger ISPO tradeshow happening later in the week. The event brought around 400 people from the wearable technology ecosystem together, with many start-ups but also prominent sponsors of the industry, including lead-sponsors Intel and Flextronics.