A wrist-mounted heat-sink reacts to ambient and skin temperatures, pumping out "thermal pulses" to maintain overall body temperature.
The invention, called Wristify, is based on the fact that heating or cooling parts of the skin can help influence how hot or cold we feel over our entire body. As human beings we are not entirely accurate thermometers and spend a lot of our time simply adapting to our surroundings.
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