Use Your Clothes As Computer With GraphExeter



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Researchers from the University of Exeter have used graphene to create GraphExeter – the most transparent, lightweight and flexible material conducting electricity. That material can be used for creating ‘smart’ electronic objects and clothing containing computers. The lead researcher on the project Dr. Monica Craciun is very excited about this carbon-based transparent conductor that could be applied on anything from solar panels to ‘smart’ t-shirts. A spray-on version is also to be created for application onto multiple objects.
Via: thecreatorsproject.com

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