NewsAn imperceptible thin-film sensor to record movement and the
sense of touch

19th November 2020by admin0
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Researchers have developed an ultrathin pressure
sensor that can be attached directly to the skin and measure how
fingers interact with objects to produce useful data for medical
and technological applications. The sensor has minimal effect on
the users’ sensitivity and ability to grip objects, and it is
resistant to disruption from rubbing. The team also hopes their
sensor can be used for the novel task of digitally archiving the
skills of craft workers.

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