Sprayable Sensors

Sprayable Sensors
Researchers from MIT have developed a technology that would allow you to change the channel on your TV by touching your armrest or pressing a lightbulb stencil on the wall to turn on your smartlight.

The Sprayable User Interface combines a top design layer and an underlying conductive copper ink layer that can recognize touch, along with a microcontroller that connects to the ink and responds to it.

It can work on rough surfaces, curved surfaces, and even in wet outdoor settings.

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