South Korea unveils 'electronic textile' for wearables

Thursday 9 June 2016 | 00:21 CET | News
A team of South Korean scientists has developed an electronic device that can stick to clothing, paving the way for wearable displays and monitoring censors, Yonhap news agency reports, citing the South Korean Science Ministry. The electronic device attached to fabric via artificial cilia on its edges is dubbed 'electronic textile', said Ko Heung-cho, an associate professor at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology.

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