Paper-thin device turns touch into electricity, flags into loudspeakers, bracelets into microphones


Michigan State University engineers have put together a flexible, paper-thin transducer – a device which can turn physical motion into electrical energy and vice-versa. The material could be used to create a whole new range of electronics powered from motion, as well as ultra-thin microphones and loudspeakers. Nelson Sepulveda and the paper-thin speaker. Image credits Michigan…


Paper-thin device turns touch into electricity, flags into loudspeakers, bracelets into microphones
Paper-thin device turns touch into electricity, flags into loudspeakers, bracelets into microphones

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