The Los Angeles-based company offers a small sensor that helps improve balance, posture, concentration and pain relief among all
Sensors are developing ever smaller and more efficient devices. An example already described is Kailo, the innovative tool for pain relief. The evolution of the field is producing a large number of sensors for different applications. Among them is Taopatch, a very small wearable sensor that promises to improve the quality of life of the wearer in many ways.
Taopatch is based on a nanotechnology patented by the Taopatch Team, a Los Angeles-based company. The sensor has the size of a small coin and works without batteries. The body heat feeds the nanocrystals inside the sensor, which produce stimuli as light emission. The stimuli have a particular frequency and interact with the peripheral nervous system, improving communication with the central nervous system.
As a result, several improvements can be observed, from pain reduction to balance, up to improved sleep quality. The effectiveness of Taopatch is supported by several scientific studies available on the company’s website. The device is the subject of a crowdfunding campaign on indiegogo but has already achieved its initial objective. We just have to wait and see if we can experience the benefits of this invention on our skin.