Flexible sensors turn skin into a touch-sensitive interaction space for mobile devices

Computer scientists at Saarland University have developed flexible silicone rubber stickers with pressure-sensitive sensors that fit snugly to the skin. By operating these touch input stickers, users can use their own body to control mobile devices. Because of the flexible material used, the sensors can be manufactured in a variety of shapes, sizes and personalized designs. The researchers will be presenting their project at the Cebit computer expo in Hanover (Stand E13, Hall 9). —> Read More Here


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