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IMEC targets stretchable electronics for medical apps

9/18/2012 09:31 AM EDT
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I_B_GREEN
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re: IMEC targets stretchable electronics for medical apps
I_B_GREEN   9/28/2012 5:12:24 PM
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how do the sretchable inteconnects keep constant conductance? Is there conductance hystorisis when flexing? Piezo effect with dieletric/insulators? Turn probm on head piezo = source

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re: IMEC targets stretchable electronics for medical apps
KarlFredrik   9/19/2012 5:47:13 PM
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Fairly cool stuff. The meander shaped interconnects I have seen before. Thinned down and integrated microcontroller is new to me.

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