Wearable devices can be stuck onto the stick like Band-Aids, using a new method pioneered by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University.
A combined effort from engineers at the school’s Soft Machines Lab and Morphing Matter Lab, ElectroDermis is a new way to apply electronics to the skin, whether it be for medical, fitness or lifestyle purposes.
Where current wearable technology is rigid and either worn like a watch or implanted for more permanent monitoring, ElectroDermis represents a new wave of advances in electronic skin patches that are stretchy and conform to the body.
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