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

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.

  • 04 Apr 2017
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