Prototype electronic skin will allow people to perceive magnetic fields to the touch - it is future

Prototype electronic skin will allow people to perceive magnetic fields to the touch – it is future

Prototype electronic skin will allow people to perceive magnetic fields to the touch - it is future

As we learned from the log messages Nature Communications, scientists from Japan and Germany were united in order to create a flexible nanosensors for human skin, which “reward” the sixth sense of humanity and people will be able to perceive the touch magnetic waves. Magnetic therapy has long been used in medical and scientific fields.

This procedure is intended to include the ability to sense the magnetic field. It assists bacteria, some animals and insects that use this natural phenomenon to navigate and change their location in space. So, salon Metro Leninsky Prospekt offers its customers a huge amount of treatments and therapies, including magnetic therapy that improves the appearance of skin and make it more sensual.

To people as well as animals could feel the skin magnetic waves, scientists from Dresden Leibniz Institute in collaboration with colleagues in Japan have created an electronic version of the skin, which responds instantly to dynamic and static magnetic fields. Upgraded sensors, which special elements have a thickness of no more than two microns, and their weight is only three grams. One sensor is calculated per square meter of skin. They are not able to penetrate even the smallest bubble.

By devices differ unprecedented flexibility, and their functionality will not be affected even if the crush sensors, like a sheet of paper. According to scientists, these devices are suitable for medical implants and flexible robots. Highly flexible sensors – is a unique tool for orientation in space. With these microscopic devices people will be able to feel your skin magnetic waves.

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