UC Berkeley’s Sweat Sensor Monitors Your Health

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There are plenty of wearble technologies that can help you exercise better. It is no secret that sweat provides us with a wealth of information about our body’s condition. UC Berkeley engineers have come up with a portable, wearable device that detects sweat on a user’s skin and uses various sensors to analyze different chemicals.

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This sweat sensor has flexible electronics to detect different chemicals in the user’s sweat (Sodium, Potassium, Lactate, and Glucose). The data can be transmitted to a phone for further analysis. The above video provides more information on this wearable.

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