This Smart Bra From MIT Could Improve Women’s Health

This Smart Bra From MIT Could Improve Women’s Health

A sensor-filled wearable provides real-time feedback on a woman's heart

Jiwon Kim
  • 23 november 2016

MIT startup Bloomer is working on a “smart bra” that is designed to provide more than just support—it also has the capabilities to monitor a woman’s heart. Waterproof sensors and circuits are placed within the bra, allowing for constant data collection. These sensors measure a range of biometrics including blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, ECG and breast scans.

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