New Biometric Sensor Technology in Wearables and Hearables at CES 2018

Jacob Barringer, Firsthand Marketing Specialist

Valencell, the leading innovator in performance biometric wearable technology has announced that they will be showcasing new hardware and software, as well as new use cases with its strategic partners at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Firsthand Technology has joined the party and will showcase how Valencell’s groundbreaking products can be used in conjunction with our software.

The use of biometric wearables has been traditionally used in smartwatches, cell phones, and sports earbuds; but we have the vision to use these technologies to improve the VR users experience and lasting effects.

“Firsthand selected Valencell technology in the development of our groundbreaking VR for pain management application because we know the importance of accurate biometric sensor technology when using virtual reality to manage pain,” said Howard Rose, co-founder, and CEO of Firsthand Technology. “Valencell’s commitment to applying its biometric sensor technology to new use cases, especially in the medical field, has made for a collaborative partnership with Firsthand that has allowed us to address the national issue of pain management in an innovative way.”

Firsthand CEO, Howard Rose and Valencell president and co-founder, Dr. Steven LeBoeuf will be at booth #43809 located in the Sands Expo, Level 2, Halls A-D at the Venetian on Tuesday, January 9 through Friday, January 12.

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