The World of Sensors
We can fuse sensors’ data together to form more complex understandings of behavior. Combining data with multiple low-cost sensors will change the way we measure and understand ourselves. Let's look at how.
How to "tattoo" gold nanopatterns onto live cells and tissues — biohacker alert
Attaching future nanoscale components (such as brain electrodes, antennas and circuits) to living tissue or organisms
Finger-worn device can 'translate' text messages to braille on-the-fly
A demo of a novel 3D-printed bio material for "augmented humanity"
How to create programmable bioelectronic nanowires modeled on human-based proteins
Protein-chain-based electronic "nanowires” could be used for disease diagnosis, detecting environmental pollutants, and capturing solar energy
Superhuman Robotic Boots to Enhance Balance - A Promising Solution for Fall Prevention
Future soft optical fibers could allow for exploring new treatments to block peripheral nerve pain
MIT engineers use optogenetics to test future soft, stretchable optical fibers