Temporary Paint From Bare Conducts Electricity

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Apr 28, 2009   Updated: Jun 8 2011 • References: bareconductive
If you always wanted to be part of an integrated circuit board, Bare will make it possible. Bare is a paint that is harmless to your skin, but conducts electricity rather handily.

Some Royal College of Art students came up with the new temporary paint for artistic performances. However, I suspect the techno-geeks will soon be using it to “interface” with their Second Life soon.

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