Feb 16, 2024

NTU develops thinner-than-hair stretchable tech to mind-control robots

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Researchers at the Nanyang Technical University (NTU) in Singapore are leading the way in the development of soft electronics and have now set up a high-tech laboratory where they can rapidly prototype new devices with ultrathin and stretchable electronics.

Conventional electronics products are hard and rigid since they rely on silicon as their primary substrate. These products work well at industrial scales or even for personal use products.

BUT, rigidity becomes a major hurdle when they have to be used in conjunction with the human body.

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