In this project we attempt to integrate medical devices with wearable
devices. There are many reasons why this integration is appealing. First of
all, devices that can be worn without the weare being aware of tehm allow
for 24-7 unobtrusive health monitoring. Secondly, the availablity data on
the wearer, such as for example heart
rate data or skin resistance measurements creates the opportunity to
develop new applications.
Example new applications include personal trainers, wearable devices that
react to stress levels (for example by recording images and or sound), or a
walk-man that is syncrhonizes to your heart beat.
Staff and Students
University of Sussex, University of Nottingham, University of
Lancaster, Royal College of Arts, University of Glasgow, University of
Southampton, University College London.