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John M Stivoric, Scott K Boehmke, Eric Teller, Christopher D Kasabach: Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, March 28, 2006: US07020508 (608 worldwide citation)

A detecting apparatus includes a housing support section(s), a housing removably attached thereto, one or more sensors and a processor. An alternate apparatus measures heat flux and includes a known resistivity base member, a processing unit and two temperature measuring devices, one in thermal comm ...


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Stivoric John M, Boehmke Scott K, Teller Eric, Kasabach Christopher D: Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. Bodymedia, LEVY Philip E, March 4, 2004: WO/2004/019172 (42 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for detecting physiological or contextual information includes a flexible section(s), a housing removably attached thereto, one or more sensors and a processor. The apparatus may have adjustable operating parameters. An alternate apparatus measures heat flux and includes a housing, a kn ...


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Robert A Connor: Smart watch and food utensil for monitoring food consumption. Medibotics, January 3, 2017: US09536449 (4 worldwide citation)

This invention is a device and system for monitoring a person's food consumption comprising: a wearable sensor that automatically collects data to detect eating events; a smart food utensil, probe, or dish that collects data concerning the chemical composition of food which the person is prompted to ...


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Robert A Connor: Motion recognition clothing [TM] with flexible electromagnetic, light, or sonic energy pathways. Medibotics, February 28, 2017: US09582072 (3 worldwide citation)

This invention is an article of clothing or clothing accessory for measuring body motion, posture, and/or configuration comprising sets of multiple flexible electromagnetic, light, and/or sound energy pathways, wherein each set longitudinally spans the same body joint in a selected configuration to ...


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Stivoric John M, Boehmke Scott K, Teller Eric, Kasabach Christopher D: Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. Bodymedia, June 1, 2005: EP1534126-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for detecting human physiological or contextual information includes a flexible section(s), a housing removably attached thereto, one or more sensors and a processor. The apparatus may include one of several structures for removably attaching the housing to the flexible section(s) and m ...


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Stivoric John M, Boehmke Scott K, Teller Eric, Kasabach Christopher D: Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. Bodymedia, April 6, 2005: KR1020057003029 (2 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for detecting physiological or contextual information includes a flexible section(s), a housing removably attached thereto, one or more sensors and a processor. The apparatus may have adjustable operating parameters. An alternate apparatus measures heat flux and includes a housing, a kn ...


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STIVORIC JOHN M, BOEHMKE SCOTT K, TELLER ERIC, KASABCH CHRISTOPHER D: [fr] Appareil de détection dinformations physiologiques et contextuelles humaines, [de] Vorrichtung zur Erkennung menschlicher physiologischer und kontextueller Informationen, [en] Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. BODYMEDIA, August 29, 2012: EP2491857-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

[en] An apparatus for detecting physiological or contextual information includes a flexible section(s), a housing removably attached thereto, one or more sensors and a processor. The apparatus may have adjustable operating parameters. An alternate apparatus measures heat flux and includes a housing, ...


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John M Stivoric, Scott K Boehmke, Eric Teller, Christopher D Kasabach: Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. BodyMedia, Phillip E Levy Esq, Metz Lewis, November 23, 2006: US20060264730-A1

The invention comprises an apparatus for determining the contextual or physiological status of the individual wearing the apparatus. The apparatus is designed to be consumable or disposable. In most embodiments the invention comprises an adhesive housing. In some embodiments, two different sensors a ...


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John M Stivoric, Scott K Boehmke, Eric Teller, Christopher D Kasabach: Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. Philip E Levy Esq, Metz Lewis, February 26, 2004: US20040039254-A1

An apparatus for detecting human physiological or contextual information includes a flexible section(s), a housing removably attached thereto, one or more sensors and a processor. The apparatus may include one of several structures for removably attaching the housing to the flexible section(s) and m ...