“The invention is a huge step in the quest to develop electronics that seamlessly integrate with the human body and the environment.”
The excerpt below is from a 4 part series called “game changers”. You’re not kidding, wearing your programming like skin? The big problem is people have been so conditioned to equate technological “advancement” with social betterment of some sort when it couldn’t be further from the truth.
And remember, by the time any important discovery hits mainstream news it’s already well in use. This just lets them popularize it and get public agreement. Nano particles are being sprayed by the thousands of tons daily via the chemtrail program resulting in, for one thing, growing fibres that come out of the skin of Morgellons suffers.
Who knows what else is growing inside of humanity in this imploding world with all the tainted air, food and water we consume.
Super Thin And Flexible Circuits Clear The Way For Truly Wearable Computers
A wispy new kind of electronic circuit that can conform to every shape your body takes could give amputees greater control over artificial limbs, spawn truly controller-free video gaming, and make wearable devices like fitness trackers and computers so unnoticeable we never bother taking them off.
Electronics continue to get smaller, faster, and smarter, but they are still brittle and rigid enough to notice when you put them in your pocket. From phones to insulin pumps, tech is still bulky and heavy enough to notice.
A team of Japanese and European scientists working out of the University of Tokyo have developed an ultra-thin, flexible electronic circuit that floats like a feather and can be crumpled like paper.
“Now, you can wrap electronics not just around maybe a ball pen, but even around a human hair,” project leader Martin Kaltenbrunner told Business Insider in an email. “Our sensor foils can easily conform even to wrinkles of skin and be wrapped around the elbow or finger knuckles that steadily move, and still work perfectly.”
It could clear the way for innovations like ultra-sensitive “smart” skin that can collect information about the body and environment, highly responsive artificial limbs, and extremely badass video game controllers. It works in wet environments too, so you can wear it all day — even in the shower.