'Electronic skin' to monitor your health
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'Electronic skin' to monitor your health

4 April 2017 Last updated at 09:16 BST

Researchers in Japan have developed "electronic skin" with an organic circuit that can be worn on the human body. It is 10 times thinner than a skin cell and lighter than a feather.

It has many potential uses including monitoring your health, it could be worn as an electronic tattoo or in the future generate a television picture on your hand.

Prof Takao Someya of Tokyo University explained to BBC Click's Dan Simmons how it works.

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