(Video) Nokia’s Stretchable Electronic Skin

(Video) Nokia’s Stretchable Electronic Skin

A flexible material has the potential to be made into unique electronic gadgets.

Naresh Kumar
  • 4 october 2010

Nokia recently collaborated with the University of Cambridge to develop a stretchable electronic skin, which will be used to explore future electronic devices and phones with flexible forms. The stretchable material, which can be worn on the skin and acts like a touchpad, has potential applications in communication devices and cellphones that can be worn around wrists or even woven into clothes.

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