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Soft sensors form a network

A wearable wireless sensor network for personalized healthcare can be created through the indirect integration of soft on-skin sensors and rigid in-clothes circuits.

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Fig. 1: A body area network based on soft sensor nodes.

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Lin, M., Gutierrez, NG. & Xu, S. Soft sensors form a network. Nat Electron 2, 327–328 (2019).

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