Project Tacit: Sonar For The Blind. Tacit is a hand-mounted device to let the blind remotely feel the world around them. Much more information including the details to make one are available at http://grathio.com/tacit
Moodmetric Ring - "Measures the autonomous nervous system signals that can be used to understand emotional reactions and improve quality of life." Measures skin electrodermal activity (EDA), generated by sweat glands.
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Munivo handheld navigation device directs the blind to walk free
Recover, from Proteus. "Intended for use by athletes for surveillance of physiologic information." Patch to monitor heart rate, heart rate variability, respiration rate, skin temperature, activity, body posture, sleep, energy expended (kcals). Provides "recover score." See http://www.proteus.com/technology/proteus-recover-for-elite-athletes/
Lark sleep coach - wristband with silent alarm (vibrations). Uses an "actigraphy microsensor to detect your unique sleeping patterns." http://www.lark.com/
Smart Glasses Could Help Blind People Navigate : The glasses seem aslthough they are only useable by people with partial sight and not people that have been deemed blind. The glasses take images from objects or paths in front, then projects an image onto the lense. They could translate street signs into audible speech too which would probably help the blind more than the projected image. (Tanya Lewis, Livescience, Nov 1 2013)
RunSole. Insole that tracks. Strike index, speed, pace, pronation vs. supination, ground contact info, cadence, and more.
Leaf patient sensor. FDA cleared device with 3D accelerometer to monitor patient position (left, back, right) to alert staff as to when they should be turned to prevent hospital-acquired pressure ulcers (HAPUs). Attaches to patient's chest. Wireless, disposable.