A patch of gold on your temple can track your brain waves in real time.
The Biostamp can be powered with energy from the body.
Anke Loh's interactive jewelry converts the wearer's energy into light.
'Biostamp' technology is being used on pregnant mothers at University College San Diego to study the vital signs of their babies.
Reebok are using an adapted sensor to measure the severity of sporting impacts.
Flexible electronics can even be placed inside the body to learn more about organ health. They are being tested on rodents.
One of Professor John Rogers' great achievements was to create electronics that retain their form when stretched out of shape.
The components of MC10's biostamp.
The circuits can be engineered to dissolve inside the body.
US startup Neuroverse hooked up with Marvel Comics to create a brain-computer interface that allowed gamers to control superhero characters.