Artificial skin responds to pressure by lighting up

07/22/2013 | International Business Times

Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, and Michigan State University have created an artificial skin that illuminates when touched and becomes brighter as pressure is increased. The material, consisting of LED lights placed between plastic and pressure-sensitive rubber, could have applications in the development of touch-sensitive skin for prosthetic limbs.

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