Flexible Touch Sensor Based on Fluids

Flexible Touch Sensor Based on Fluids

As we’ve written before, adding the sense of touch to prosthetic hands is essential to provide the feedback that the wearer needs to make natural use of the device. Scientists at the¬†National University of Singapore (NUS) have come up with a novel approach for a...
Sensors for Wearables Continue to Grow

Sensors for Wearables Continue to Grow

Think about it for a minute. If the numbers of cars sold each year grows by a certain number of units, the number of tires sold will increase by four times that amount. That’s because each car needs four tires (at least). The same thing is happening with...
Light Up Your Phone with Fashion

Light Up Your Phone with Fashion

The Holst Centre is an independent research and development center in Eindhoven in the Netherlands. It is a hotbed of technology development, with special emphasis on wireless sensors and flexible electronics. At the South By Southwest (SXSW) conference in Austin,...