Patients might wear sensors in a belt or wristband and transfer information wirelessly to a home computer.
This woman, skilled in penmanship, wears identical sensors as she writes the exercise.
For the study, researchers recruited 35 healthy married couples and had them wear sensors that monitor movement for 10 nights.
Look at the bodies; they're all wearing short-range sensors.
The stick figures on the transparent scrims are derived from the movements of actual dancers who wore sensors on their bodies.
That on-field data was drawn from the Dartmouth College football team, which wore in-helmet sensors throughout the 2005-2006 season.
When she emerged from her bedroom, she was wearing a stark black tunic bare of the silver embroidery sensors.
Each wore sensors to track wrist extension while scrolling and clicking.
The patient wears sensors on the hand and arm that provide data to a computer, which converts the information into a simulation of the blood-vessel network.
Patients wear wireless sensors that transmit data through specialized channels.