Bluebell reinvents the baby monitor with wearable devices for babies and parents

Design agency Tangerine worked with British start-up Bluebell to develop a smart monitor, which uses a device attached to the baby’s clothing to send alerts to parents through a wearable wristband and app. Bluebell approached the London-based studio to help it create and market a system that makes it more straightforward for parents to improve […]

NotAnotherOne creates wearable air quality tracker called Atmotube

Design studio NotAnotherOne has designed a portable air quality monitor that clips onto your bag to test local pollution levels. Atmotube is a discreet black device made from plastic with aluminium details, that weighs less than 100 grams and can be easily attached to a bag or item of clothing so that it travels with […]

Wearable Opioid Antidote Device automatically reverses overdoses

Researchers at Purdue University have designed a wearable device that can detect an opioid overdose and trigger the release of an antidote. The Wearable Opioid Antidote Device comprises a sticker-like sensor on the chest to measure the user’s ECG, or heart rate, and a magnetic-field generator strapped to the arm, as well as a capsule […]

Jump through space and time on our Pinterest boards

We’re taking a glimpse into utopian and dystopian designs for the future on our updated Pinterest boards, from 3D-printed set design, to wearable technology and projects set in space. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest › Open the Pinterest app on your phone, tap the camera icon and scan the Pincode below to explore Dezeen’s feed. Read […]

Ripple masturbation suit offers sex aid to people with disabilities

Designers Hsin-Jou Huang, Szu-Ying Lai and Chia-Ning Hsu help people with disabilities to fulfil their sexual needs with a three-part masturbation tool that includes a bodysuit, a mask and a remote control. The sex aid kit, called Ripple, is designed for people with moderate to severe functional limitations, who require caregivers to assist them in day-to-day […]

ElectroDermis researchers make stretchy wearable tech that sticks to the skin

Wearable devices can be stuck onto the stick like plasters, using a new method pioneered by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University. A combined effort from engineers at the school’s Soft Machines Lab and Morphing Matter Lab, ElectroDermis is a new way to apply electronics to the skin, whether it be for medical, fitness or lifestyle […]

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