Skin-Like Stretchable Electronics Start With Molecules

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tech4people
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Re: sounds reasonable
tech4people   8/31/2014 12:16:34 PM
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Waqas,

Very,Very True.

I will readily say I am one such consumer.

I hate carrying around Multiple Devices with me when I am moving around .

Would rather have just one Robust Device which can do everything I want it to do effectively.

Anything less would not cut it(atleast for me personally).

 

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Re: sounds reasonable
tech4people   8/31/2014 12:13:50 PM
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Laurie,

To me personally it does'nt sound that far-fetched.

A lot of people Are ready to undergo these kind of Experiments on their Own Bodies today(in the name of Progress and Science).

I won't be surprised if Governments are already working with such Guinea Pigs today.

Its not entirely outside the Realm of Current Reality.

 

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Re: sounds reasonable
WaqasAltaf   8/21/2014 1:27:43 PM
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Nimtha, the need of people who are on constant travel to keep a complete IT solution in their pocket is there and when the need is there, manufacturers try to be one up and meeting that demand to get the fair share of the glory and revenue.

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Re: sounds reasonable
nimantha.d   8/17/2014 11:50:02 PM
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@waqas: Yes it will take some time but I feel its important so consuming or allowing time to pass for this to be matured is vital 

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Re: sounds reasonable
WaqasAltaf   8/16/2014 6:24:36 AM
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Hmm. I hope this time frame reduces and I personally think it will happen within 7-8 years.

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With the right engineers
tommP   8/12/2014 9:52:46 AM
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With the right engineers everything is possible, this kind of electronics might reach the market sooner than expected. They should think about going for contract engineering, the more people work on the project the better.

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Re: sounds reasonable
Laurie Sullivan   8/5/2014 7:48:34 PM
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WaqasAltaf, Professor Darren Lipomi expects to see the use of stretchable organic material within 10 to 20 years. 

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Laurie Sullivan   8/5/2014 7:43:42 PM
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It may sound a bit crazy, but I actually wonder if one day we will see a screen embedded in the skin. Along with Motorola, Google acquired a patent for a system embedded in the human body in the form of a tattoo that includes a NFC chip, which detects inflections in the human voice. Combine the too and you no longer need hardware.

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Re: sounds reasonable
tech4people   7/31/2014 11:48:05 AM
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Taimoor,

Have you watched Transformers 4?


[The latest version of the Hit Franchise Movie???]

They cover exactly the same philosophy as has been illustrated here.

Talk about Fiction imitating Life!!!

 

 

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Re: sounds reasonable
TaimoorZ   7/31/2014 9:48:37 AM
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"The molecular electronics that stretch like skin and can incorporate devices such as solar cell may sound too futuristic but i guess its reasonably crazy idea"

@Himanshugupta: It doesn't seem as crazy as some of the other ideas that I've seen. I agree it seems fairly reasonable and viable at this point. Before the advent of Google Glass, people also found that as a crazy idea but it didn't take a very long time for it to become a successful product.

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