Paper-Thin LED Could Turn Our Skin Into A Screen

Paper-Thin LED Could Turn Our Skin Into A Screen

Researchers are taking the concept of wearable technology to a new level

Eva Recinos
  • 22 april 2016

Most teams working on wearable devices have similar goals: make the gadgets convenient and easy to use while designing them in a way that makes them feel just like any other accessory. No longer objects of the future, wearables have a close relationship to the body: They often sit on the skin and can measure elements like a user’s heartbeat.

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