OLED Stickers Measure Blood Oxygen Levels

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a flexible electronic skin with an embedded organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display. While several groups around the world have developed similar “smart... Read More...
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Artificial Skin Made from Household Materials Could Transform Medicine, Robotics, and Education

When Muhammad Mustafa Hussain visited Bangladesh years ago, he noticed that many of the children he met were very talented and eager to learn about electronics, despite having very limited resources. He visited the local school and showed the students how they could use inexpensive household materials to make their own basic electronics. He says that seeing the “joy of discovery” on their faces inspired his current research project: a multi-sensor artificial skin made using only items found in a typical household.