Mental Health News
A team of researchers at the University of Texas explored how a palm e-tattoo can detect mental distress. The study is published in the journal Nature Communications.
The researchers experimented with a wide variety of palm-monitoring technology, particularly electronic tattoos that detect when you’re stressed out during any activity.
The researchers settled on an e tattoo on your palm that is graphene-based, nearly invisible, and connects to a smartwatch. This e-tattoo measures electrical potential from the human body, leading to very accurate readings of stress, anxiety, etc.
The authors added: “[The device] is so unobstructive that people sometimes forget they had them on, and it also reduces the social stigma of wearing these devices in such prominent places on the body.”
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Jang, H., Sel, K., Kim, E., Kim, S., Yang, X., Kang, S., Ha, K. H., Wang, R., Rao, Y., Jafari, R., & Lu, N. (2022). Graphene e-tattoos for unobstructive ambulatory electrodermal activity sensing on the palm enabled by heterogeneous serpentine ribbons. Nature communications, 13(1), 6604. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-34406-2