Wristbands that measure heart rate and surface skin temperature could transform the lives of people with autism by predicting big behavioural shifts. Biometric wristbands that can predict dramatic behaviour changes and “see inside” the bodies of people with autism could be commercially available within 2 to 5 years. Dr Matthew Goodwin, an expert on wearable bio […]
Cambridge (Massachusetts) and Milan (Italy)-based Empatica is a new wristworn tracker device, Embrace, which brings clinically validated tracking methods to the consumer market. It is designed to bring a better lifestyle to people that live with Epilepsy. They get an alert when an unusual event happens, like a convulsive seizure, warning them and their loved ones.