Wearables Continue to Advance

Angell, Charles Austen; Battista, Stephanie; Mertins, Karl-Heinz; Chiang, Patrick; Shih-Hung Chen
September 2015
Appliance Design;Sep2015, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p40
Trade Publication
An excerpt of the article "Wearable Continue to Advance,"Charles Austen and colleagues from the white paper "Wearable in Apparel" is presented which focuses on the development of wearable technology devices, the use device in university researchers, and the use of conductive polymers.


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