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Thermoelectric bracelet for body-part cooling

A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently developed a thermoelelectric bracelet that monitors air and skin temperature sending tailored pulses of hot or cold waveforms to the wrist.
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__truncato_root__>Increasing thermal comfort by cooling body parts currently raises a lot of interest.
A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently developed a thermoelelectric bracelet that monitors air and skin temperature sending tailored pulses of hot or cold waveforms ...

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