Researchers believe they may have created a device for tracking the activities of people with dementia. The wearable, developed at Missouri University of Science and Technology, tracks movements, heart rate, respiration rate, as well as monitoring the temperature, humidity and barometric air pressure. It is also capable of measuring galvanic skin response, which indicates the […]
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