Transformative Electronics Systems Deform at Body Temperature

Transformative Electronics Systems Deform at Body Temperature
Nov-05-19
A new class of innovative transformative electronics systems could open the door to a new generation of reconfigurable wearable devices.

The reconfigurable electronics developed by the team from KAIST are made up of a sealed gallium metal structure containing stretchable electronics. Because gallium is biocompatible as well as soft at body temperature, the device will become malleable when it contacts the skin and then solidify again when removed, returning the electronics to their stiff and stable form.



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