Stuart Higgins, Imperial College London
Published in: The Conversation, 10th October 2016
One day, your latest gadget won’t be in your pocket like a phone or even wrapped around your wrist like a smartwatch, but stuck to your skin like a transparent plaster. Researchers at the University of Tokyo are the latest group to attempt to make this kind of “optoelectronic skin”, with an ultra-thin, flexible LED display that can be worn on the back of your hand.
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