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Smart glasses find niche in industrial apps

13 Mar 2015  | Rick Merritt

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Stretchable links, flexible boards

Mimo baby shirt

Engineered Material Systems Inc. was one of a handful of printed electronics vendors at the event. It showed the Mimo baby shirt (above) that uses its stretchable electronic-ink interconnects to alert parents when a baby stops breathing or rolls over.


Freescale showed Warp (above), its tiny open source reference board using one of its i.Mx Cortex-A9 processors as well as its sensors and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo chip. It targets a range of devices including smart watches. The latest edition to the company's wearable line up is a high-end i.Mx part that pairs A9 and Cortex-M cores.

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