Cells and electronics 3D printed directly onto skin
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Here at Springwise, we have covered many 3D printing innovations such as this 3D printed bridge in Amsterdam. We have also published many wearable electronics innovations, including these temporary biosensitive tattoos. A new innovation from the University of Minnesota combines these two areas of 3D printing and wearable electronics. Researchers at the university have developed a way to graft temporary ad-hoc circuitry onto human skin. The process works by using a relatively affordable 3D printer (USD 400). The printer has the ability to track hand movements using computer vision. Even the steadiest of hands will move slightly when the user is trying to hold still.…
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