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E-Skin Responds to Touch, Holds Promise for Human-Machine Interface

A new milestone by engineers can help robots become more touchy-feely, literally. A research team led by Berkeley Lab materials scientist Ali Javey has created the first user-interactive sensor network on flexible plastic. The newelectronic skin, or e-skin, responds to touch by instantly lighting up. The more intense the pressure, the brighter the light it emits. More>

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