Scientists from the University of Tokyo have invented an ultra-thin skin-display, reports Channel Five. It will allow for effective monitoring of cardiovascular diseases.
Cardiovascular disease is still the leading cause of death worldwide.
A skin display allows a person to quickly receive information about their health. A matrix of very small LEDs can output a pulse line and other indicators. The thickness of the device is 1 mm, it does not cause inconvenience to the carrier. The display attached to the hand does not interfere with squeezing and unclenching the palm of the hand. While moving, he continues to work.
Japanese scientists believe that launching their development into mass production will not be expensive, and using it will make it possible to improve people's daily lives.