Science & Technology: Paper-Thin E-Skin Responds To Touch — First User-Interactive Sensor Network On Flexible Plastic

Paper-Thin E-Skin Responds To Touch — First User-Interactive Sensor Network On Flexible Plastic (via Planetsave)

The first ever user-interactive sensor network on flexible plastic — a new milestone in the field of robotics — was recently created by researchers at UC Berkeley. The new electronic skin, or e-skin, reacts to touch by lighting up — the harder…

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