PhD students Liam Swanepole (left) and Abdullah Almansouri with the electronic skin. Photo: KAUST PhD students Liam Swanepole (left) and Abdullah Almansouri with the electronic skin. Photo: KAUST
PhD students Liam Swanepole (left) and Abdullah Almansouri with the electronic skin. Photo: KAUST
China science

This magnetic skin can allow you to open a door with the blink of an eye, researchers say

  • The artificial skin is made with an ultraflexible, biocompatible polymer matrix filled with magnetised microparticles
  • The research team could see it potentially applied in human-computer interaction for people with paralysis

Topic |   China science
PhD students Liam Swanepole (left) and Abdullah Almansouri with the electronic skin. Photo: KAUST PhD students Liam Swanepole (left) and Abdullah Almansouri with the electronic skin. Photo: KAUST
PhD students Liam Swanepole (left) and Abdullah Almansouri with the electronic skin. Photo: KAUST
READ FULL ARTICLE