“UV Exposure Assessed With Wearable Sensor and Sun Protection”
The goal is to prevent ultraviolet light (UV) overexposure by providing consumers with relevant, easy-to-access, specifically actionable information. This research proposal will develop a UV protection system consisting of an automated real-time counseling framework and a personal dosimeter that overcomes barriers to consumer adoption. These new, wearable sensors take the form of small (< 1 cm), thin (<0.1 mm), lightweight (<0.1 g), battery-free "stickers" that are fundamentally differentiated from other wearable electronics in their modes of use, cost structures and accuracy.
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A Real-time, Cost-effective, Accurate UV Measurement and Sun Protection System to Prevent and Reduce the Incidence of Sunburn in High-risk Consumers