Paper-thin, flexible electronics modules can add tech to any surface
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Any complex electronic device is essentially a collection of modules that each perform a particular task, which is why kits that make assembling circuits — such as Circuit Stickers, for example — are becoming popular for those without the knowledge to build them themselves. The latest iteration is Printoo, an Arduino-compatible set of prototyping modules that can be attached to any object to give it various smart capabilities. Developed by Portugal-based Ynvisible, the system includes various 'blocks' ranging from batteries and wireless connectors to solar panels and sensors (there's a full list here). Each module is thin and flexible, meaning…
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