Artificial skin

New electronic artificial skin that reacts to pain just like real skin

It can electronically replicate the way human skin senses pain.

An artificial skin for your devices that mimics human skin

Skin-On, an artificial skin-like membrane for augmenting interactive devices such as phones, wearables or computers.

Sensitive robots are safer

Biologically-inspired artificial skin improves the sensory ability of robots.

Scientists developed stretchable, touch-sensitive electronics

People with prosthetic limbs live in a world without touch. In order to restore some semblance of this sensation, Stanford scientists have created stretchable,...

New Flexible Sensor Holds Potential For Foldable Touch Screens

Imagine a tablet that you can fold into the size of a smart phone and put it in your pocket. Now, scientists are bringing...

Artificial Skin That Feels Temperature Changes

Artificial skin has the potential that it can induce regeneration of skin in humans. Previously, MIT scientists had developed a type of artificial skin that...

New Hydrogel Hybrid doesn’t Dry Out

If we put a cube of Jell-O on the counter of the kitchen, ultimately the water inside it will start evaporating. It leaves a...

Artificial skin that could temporarily tighten the skin

MIT scientists, Massachusetts General Hospital, living proof, and Olivo Labs have developed artificial skin. This artificial skin can transiently protect and tighten the skin...

Smart Skin may Transform Medicine, Robotics

Researchers from Saudi Arabia have produced a new kind of multi-sensor artificial skin. This smart skin is able to sense pressure, temperature, humidity, proximity,...

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