[CES 2018] Xenoma Unveiled Next-Generation Wearable Device Enabling to Monitor Body Motion


Xenoma unveiled next-generation wearable device enabling to monitor body motion at ‘CES 2018 Unveiled’ held in Las Vegas on January 7th (Sunday).

Xenoma Inc. is aiming at realizing human-friendly technologies utilizing study results at academics and infrastructures at industries. E-skin, developed by Xenoma, enables the user to monitor motion, breathing, pressure, body temperature and other functions. E-skin is machine washable, highly durable and as comfortable to wear as a typical shirt.

E-skin is the next-generation wearable interface enabling camera-free motion capture and tracking in apparel. The 14 strain sensors strategically placed on the e-skin shirt monitor user’s body movement. The monitoring results are transmitted via Bluetooth function of the hub. With this function, e-skin can become a personal trainer in any sport, or a workplace assistant to enable them to live in the correct posture in their daily lives.

CES, the world’s largest IT exhibition, is an exhibition of trends in the global consumer electronics industry, held annually in January by the American Consumer Technology Association (CTA). Aving News reported the most issues of CES, MWC, and IFA, which are world’s top three tech exhibitions, during last 11 years. It is sending special reporters to CES for this year as well; reporting major issues in the world market and introduce Korea’s major companies all over the world.


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