Scientists successfully developed skin-like materials that can store data [Full text]

Scientific and technological developments along with the development of sensor technology has become more thin and soft, creating endless possibilities for the wearable device. Today's blog post published in Nature Nanotechnology shows that scientists have succeeded in creating electronic components that can be dissolved in water, attached directly to the skin, and have effects on the bending of limbs and fingers. After 12 weeks of wearing the test, 12 participants said that they did not have itching or allergies.

This kind of interface that can be attached to the skin has many possibilities, including remote control of the mobile phone, or the skin of a smart watch, etc. These are very cool application scenarios. However, the greater function of this material lies in the monitoring of health care data and can be used to measure brain waves or heart rate. At present, the material performs well in the laboratory environment and the scientific research team is actively promoting the commercial use of the material.

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