Thermal Bracelet Offers Personal Air Conditioning To Its Wearer

Thermal Bracelet Offers Personal Air Conditioning To Its Wearer
Design

Tiny changes in skin temperature can affect the how hot or cold your entire body feels.

Ross Brooks
  • 21 october 2013

Four MIT engineering students have developed a thermoelectric bracelet called “Wristify” that directs pulses of hot or cold waveforms at your wrist to help you maintain a comfortable body temperature. The design was even good enough to take home the top prize of $10,000 at MIT’s annual materials engineering competition.

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