At this year’s CES conference, MC10’s two showcased products were nothing short of groundbreaking. By debuting two different wearables, one aimed to satisfy the medical community while the other targeting the general consumer, the company succeeded in sparking interest. The first product, known as BioStamp Research Connect, is designed to assist researchers with a multitude of health-related deficiencies. Inside the band-aid sized wearable contains both a gyroscope and an accelerometer, which are aimed towards tracking electrical activity, motor skills, and movement. To top it off, this miniature device can perform a real-time ECG. Moving on to their consumer oriented product, MC10 has partnered with L’Oréal to create My UV Patch. Designed to monitor sun exposure, this stretchy sticker syncs with smartphones to review results, and even includes helpful tips about healthy tanning.
Only time will tell how these two new innovations will fair in the 2016 market. To learn more, click here to read about it in Tech Times by Horia Ungureanu.