Microsoft patents a wearable device that could help Parkinson’s patients

Ever since the Microsoft Band 2 came out back in 2015, old Redmond has mostly been out of the wearable game. That being said, that wearable did pack some truly impressive and ambitious tech, enabling things like maximum volume of oxygen (VO2 max) tracking. Microsoft is clearly no stranger to experimentation when it comes to such gadgets and if a recently acquired patent is to be believed, there could be plenty more in store.

The document in question, simply titled “WEARABLE DEVICE” was filed back in June 2017, but has now been officially published by USPTO. Like every patent request, it is…

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