Flexible, stretchable electronics
Computing devices do not have to be rigid and flat, but could be delightfully twisty, says John Rogers, professor of material science
April 10, 2011 3:51 by Ben Flanagan
Kipp just can’t tell you just how super cool we find this nifty video and article on the future of bendy microchips and electronics. We know we do sell links on the web a lot, but if you were ever going to watch a video that Kipp recommended, let this be your pick. We don’t want to spoil it for you, but these nifty micro-film chips will allow doctors to control brains, hearts in a lot less intrusive manner than presently possible.
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