Flexible, interactive electronic 

POLICIES Please read our Terms of Service , Privacy Policy , and Community Guidelines . Except where indicated, Boing Boing is licensed under a CreativeCommons License permitting non-commercial sharing with attribution Tweet Kindle UC Berkeley researchers demonstrated a new kind of thin, flexible “electronic skin” that lights up when you touch it. Press on it, and it glows brighter. The prototype film consists of 16 x 16 pixels, each outfitted with a transistor, organic LED, and pressure sensor. It’s made using the same fabrication tools employed by the semiconductor industry. I can’t wait until fashion designers and other makers can get bolts of this stuff for cheap! ” http://www.latimes.com/sports/college/football/la-sp-0727-dufresne-pac-12-20130727,0,3294943.column Paper-thin e-skin responds to touch, holds promise for sensory robotics and interactive environments ” David Pescovitz is Boing Boing’s co-editor/managing partner.
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