Adhesive Tech

Wearable technology is reformatted for bodily use

Implications - The world of wearable technology is evolving to include devices that attach directly onto users' skin. This new form of wearable device is not only more discrete, but often more accurate in its bodily observations. Adhesive wearables indicate how technology can transform the health industry, as well as reveal an underlying desire on the part of consumers to manage and monitor their day-to-day lives.
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