Electronic skin feels the heat, hears the sound

New materials show promise for covering prosthetic limbs, other medical devices

ELECTRONIC TOUCH  A new kind of electronic skin, designed to mimic the skin of human fingertips, can sense pressure, texture, temperature and even sound. 

Park et al/Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology

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