MC10 was founded by JohnRogers, a professor at the university of Illinois at urbana-champaign, and is based on technology called "scalable circuits". The company's goal: to redefine the way the human body interfaces with electronic circuits, arming people as superhuman as possible. The MC10 has teamed up with consumer electronics and health care giants to launch the first sensors that fit on the skin.
Outstanding features: The MC10's "biological seal" is a sensing tag design that ADAPTS to the wearer's stretching, bending and movement. Bioseal uses thin-film battery technology to develop rechargeable batteries that measure multiple physiological functions, neurological data that reflect brain, muscle, heart rate and body temperature, and hydration levels for use in human health and medical devices.