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SensVest - on-body physiological monitoring system

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This paper reports the development of smart clothing for an education application. Beginning with a brief review of a specific perspective on wearable computers (computers as clothing), the paper defines six key assumptions for this technology: computational simplicity of nodes, embedded systems, interconnection of nodes, use of sensors at nodes, use of sensors to define context, and personalisation. A specific example of smart clothing, the SensVest prototype is described in terms of the design process and current evaluation activity.

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Eurowearable, 2003. IEE

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4-5 Sept. 2003