Connecting the (Liquid Metal) Dots

2022-12-19T23:22:49-06:00
12/19
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Soft conductive materials
by Aaron Haake, Eric Markvicka

The future of wearable electronics will be smart skins, e-textiles, and other flexible devices. To create these devices, we need new materials that can bend and stretch, but still conduct heat and electricity like traditional metals. Liquid metals to the rescue—read on to learn more!

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Connecting the (Liquid Metal) Dots2022-12-19T23:22:49-06:00

Using Liquid Metals to Draw Functional Circuits

2022-12-20T22:16:14-06:00
03/23
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Soft electronics

Most electronics are made out of rigid materials like silicon, but it is possible to make wires and other electronics using entirely soft and squishy materials. By utilizing liquid metal nanoparticles, we can even draw wires by hand using light pressure from a magic marker to squish the particles together.

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Using Liquid Metals to Draw Functional Circuits2022-12-20T22:16:14-06:00
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