NewsPressure sensor with high sensitivity and linear response
based on soft micropillared electrodes

26th March 2021by admin0
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In recent years, with the rapid development of
flexible electronic skins, high-performance flexible tactile
sensors have received more attention and have been used in many
fields such as artificial intelligence, health monitoring,
human-computer interaction, and wearable devices. Among various
sensors, flexible capacitive tactile sensors have the advantages of
high sensitivity, low energy consumption, fast response, and simple
structure.

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