Knit Alarm Cardigan: sweater can trigger a “call for help”

medical-cardigan

“The knit cardigan relies on Bluetooth connectivity to hook up to a smartphone that will then initiate a phone call to a pre-selected contact. There will also be a set of LEDs that light up to let you know that the alarm itself has been triggered.”

Source: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2013/01/knit-alarm-cardigan-merges-fashion-and-medical-technology/





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