In a collaboration between Soft Machines Lab and Morphing Matter Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, researchers developed ElectroDermis, a futuristic way for wearable technology to be sported on the body with the same ease as applying a bandage. This innovation makes it possible for a variety of wearables to be used for medical, fitness of lifestyle-tracking purposes.
While there are some tattoos and invasive implants that can be permanently placed in the body, this system offers an alternative method for making the most of wearables in a way that's both functional and aesthetically pleasing with its futuristic look. The ElectroDermis system is said to offer a comfortable, untethered experience for people that adapts to the dynamic nature of the ever-moving body.
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