Health-tracking eyewear

Ophthalmic technology group and eye care retailer VSP Global has announced the development of 'Project Genesis', a wearable prototype pair of optical frames that integrates health-tracking technology.

  • Health-tracking technology in eyewear

    Ophthalmic technology group and eye care retailer VSP Global has announced the development of 'Project Genesis', a wearable prototype pair of optical frames that integrates health-tracking technology.

    Sensors, including an accelerometer and gyros, ...
    Read More
  • Platform allows domain specific formal verification 'apps' to be developed

    Looking to create a market in formal verification apps, OneSpin Solutions has launched a software platform that allows third party companies with limited knowledge of formal technology to develop and deliver domain specific formal based apps.

    Read More
  • Semiconductor sales boosted by currency effects, but growth is 'strong'

    Demand for semiconductors through European distributors grew strongly in the first quarter of 2015, continuing the positive trend shown in the last half of 2014, according to DMASS – the Distributors' and Manufacturers' Association of Semiconductor ... Read More
  • This device will self-destruct

    University of Illinois researchers have developed heat-triggered self-destructing electronic devices, a step toward reducing electronic waste and boosting sustainability in device manufacturing.

    The researchers, led by aerospace engineering ...
    Read More





In Depth Electronics Features

Electronics Products

Electronics Videos

Researchers from the University of Illinois describe how heat-triggered self-destructing electronic devices work and explain what the goal is.

Electronics Interviews

Electronics Blogs

New Electronics Magazine

New Electronics Magazine

New Electronics is a fortnightly magazine focusing on technological innovation, news and the latest developments in the electronics sector. Downloadable as a digital page turner or PDF file, or offered as a hard copy, the New Electronics magazine is available in a format to suit you.

Subscribe to our Newsletter