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Northeaster students craft a sensor-covered “datalogging’’ compression shirt for baseball pitchers, which detects signs of bad mechanics before they lead to torn ligaments, is an example of how e-textiles can support good health

Northeaster students craft a sensor-covered “datalogging’’ compression shirt for baseball pitchers, which detects signs of bad mechanics before they lead to torn ligaments, is an example of how e-text (Wearable Technology Clothing)

Cortex: The 3D-Printed Cast.

CORTEX - JAKE EVILL - The Cortex exoskeletal cast provides a highly technical and trauma zone localized support system that is fully ventilated, super light, shower friendly, hygienic, recyclable and stylish.

The Award Winning Teeth Whitener - Hammacher Schlemmer

You want to whiten your teeth quickly and easily? Use this Teeth Whitening device, an advanced and award winning teeth whitener capable of whitening teeth quickly with longer lasting results as compared to any other teeth whitening treatments out there.

EyeMusic translates colors into music to guide the blind

Device Translates Images to Music for the Blind >> EyeMusic is a set of glasses that have a camera and headphones. The camera scans the viewpoint for images and translates those images into music for the blind.

3D Printed Prosthetic Leg

Industrial designer Scott Summit makes beautiful prosthetics. This is what happens when an industrial designer/ex-Apple employee and a printing guru get together to make artificial limbs. Awesome that a industrial designer can help in the medical world 👍

3dprinted exoskeleton designed by Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Philadelphia

One nomination that caught our eye is the Printed Exoskeleton ‘Magic Arms’, which is designed at the Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, in Wilmington, Delaware.

cool electric wheelchair!  ..controlled similarly to a traditional manual wheelchair; the user pushes on the hand rims. However, force sensors in the hand rims detect the user’s physical exertion and add additional power to the wheels. This means Mobi makes physical movement easier in a similar fashion to power steering in a car.

Created by student designer Jack Martinich from Monash University, Australia, the Mobi Electric Folding Wheelchair is a brand new reinterpretation of what wheelchairs for seniors should look and feel like. Around the world, the aging population that uses