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Tuesday April 28, 2015
Wearable Gadgets Unconstrained (14:30 - 18:00)14:30 - 14:55 "The Future of Wearable Technology: You're already wearing it!"
Wearable Technology is closer and more natural than you might expect! Paul will explain Intel's approach to wearable technology and introduce some of Intel's latest innovations.
Healthcare systems around the world are under massive pressure and are starting to recognize the shift from fee for service to outcome based models. Connected and coordinated mobile care solutions enables new models and opportunities for drug delivery, monitoring, improved adherence and patient engagement. These new opportunities will draw upon proven models and technologies that have been globally scaled in other sectors (e.g. mobile technology) and can be selectively applied and appropriately modified for healthcare.
Isometric EMS training can already reduce cramp susceptibility, stimulate the metabolism, increase capillary growth and blood flow and shorten regeneration cycles. Research suggests to combine EMS with targeted dynamic movement patterns. Preliminary findings show that mobile dynamic EMS shows its best results, if it get's integrated directly into the sport specific movement.
This session will explore processes and techniques for the creation of textile integrated wearables. Christian Dalsgaard, Founder and CTO at Ohmatex, will focus on micro-electronic integration, sensor platform development and sensor encapsulation. He will present solutions to the challenges of cabling, connectivity and washability and will cover current applications including the potential for power integration in textiles.
The Bainisha Body Motion Capturing System is exactly as accurate as the most performant "Gold Standard" bio-mechanical set-up, through a process that surpasses the classic calibration.
In this process the "Gold Standard" 3D dynamic measurement results are captured simultaneously with the output of the Bainisha back-sensor 3D spatial information (our back-sensor captures a unique combinatorial out-put for any back-movement that a human can possibly make).
Immediately thereafter both data-sets are linked to each other - hence the 3D output of the "Gold Standard" is mathematically connected to its combinatorial equivalent of the back-sensor 3D spatial information set - which constitutes an effective data-coupling. This data-coupling is then embedded in the on-board micro-chip of the back-sensor.
The mind-blowing result is that the subject walks out with an unnoticeable micron-thick, hyper-stretchable "Second Skin"-like kid's tattoo on his back, which packs the same Body Motion Capturing power as the huge & heavy sedentary "Gold Standard" machinery.
18:00 Day 1 Ends