This E-Tattoo Uses Conventional Chips, No Nanotech Required

So far, there have been a few things holding back the wide implementation of skin-thin e-tattoos: It’s hard to power them, it’s hard to store data, and they’re expensive to make, as nanomaterials don’t come cheap. So a team of researchers just said to hell with it and made one that uses off-the-shelf, mass produced chips and components—turns out it works just as well as anything we’ve seen before.

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