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This Paint Will Help You Explore Conductivity and Circuit Making

By: Ryan Fowler - Published: • References: vimeo & cnn
This conductive electric paint is helping people explore conductivity and circuit making. This nee electric paint is being used for everything form small circuit experiments to art installations. For example, just imagine painting a light switch directly onto your wall, without any need for sockets, cables or wiring.

This electric paint has been created by a group of students from the Royal College of Art (RCA) in London. The conductive electric paint works like a form of liquid wiring. Unlike conventional wires, the liquid can be applied to almost any surface, including paper, plastic, metal and even fabric. The opportunities and limits of this amazing new technology are just in the beginning stages. The things that are being done with this electric paint are already incredible -- we will see how far great minds will take this new product. Stats for Conductive Electric Paint Trending: Older & Average
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