e-skin enables the user to monitor motion, breathing, pressure, body temperature and other functions. E-skin is machine washable, highly durable and as comfortable to wear as a typical shirt.
Xenoma e-skin pajamas for dementia patients have been named a Best of CES 2018 winner by Engadget. To learn more about the award, click here.
Xenoma’s e-skin is the next generation wearable interface enabling camera-free motion capture and tracking in apparel which are as comfortable to wear as a typical shirt.
Xenoma Inc. is a spin-off company from the University of Tokyo. The company is aiming at realizing a human-friendly technologies utilizing study results at academics and infrastructures at industries.
Ichiro has spent the 20 years to bring new products to market. His mission is to create new businesses utilizing advanced technologies to improve quality of life. Ichiro received his Ph.D. in Materials Science from Brown University
Masao is a product development specialist having spent the last ten years in R&D, new business planning, and manufacturing. His mission is create an unprecedented 'made-in-Japan' product.
Osamu is a materials expert in the field of organic and inorganic materials. He serves as a principle engineer for Xenoma and strives to integrate new and novel materials into consumer electronic apparel.
Yuka is a Certified Public Accountant with experience in developing management systems for start-up companies. Prior to Xenoma, Yuka conducted audits for manufacturing, retail, and consumer service industries with PwC.
James has spent the last ten years working in the display and fiber optics industries. Located in Massachusetts, James serves to expand Xenoma’s brand and customer base outside of Japan. James received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Brown University.