Laser-Printed Waterproof Energy Storage Textiles

Laser-Printed Waterproof Energy Storage Textiles
Laser-printed waterproof textiles embedded with energy storage could open the door to the next generation of wearable electronics.

The technique was created by a team from RMIT, who embedded graphene supercapacitors into fabrics using laser printing. The quick and scalable process resulted in a 10 x 10 cm waterproof and flexible textile patch that can be integrated with energy harvesting technology such as a solar cell. The laser-based technology is an improvement over heavy and bulky smart textile energy storage methods, resulting in a fully washable patch that can be manufactured on the large scale in just minutes.

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I like that!.What stage is it in for actuall relevance?
Posted by sidney nelson on September 7, 2019

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