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The purpose of this research was to understand preferences and expectations on wearable e-nose system designs to develop a wearable monitoring system integrated into clothing to measure breath and skin gases from wearers for real-time health monitoring. The results of this research are expected to be beneficial for apparel designers and engineers when developing these wearable monitoring systems.

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Nov 11th, 12:00 AM

Understanding Design Preferences and Expectations on Wearable Monitoring Systems for Diabetes

The purpose of this research was to understand preferences and expectations on wearable e-nose system designs to develop a wearable monitoring system integrated into clothing to measure breath and skin gases from wearers for real-time health monitoring. The results of this research are expected to be beneficial for apparel designers and engineers when developing these wearable monitoring systems.

 

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