Japanese researches never fail to challenge themselves for innovation. This time, they are currently working on an electronic skin patches that can display users’ real-time health stats. By adding micro-LED to the device, they proved the idea possible.
Led by Professor Takao Someya of University of Tokyo, the development of the ultrathin and elastic skin display is to help provide easier way to monitor the patients’, especially the elderly and infirm, health.
“In the future, we envision human-friendly skin electronics that will lead to improving the quality of human life,” told Someya.
Techspot reported, the invention is aimed to be released in the market in 2021.
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