Category : International Published on: September 19 2021
· South Korean researchers have developed a synthetic skin-like material inspired by natural biology that can quickly adjust its complexion like a chameleon to match its surroundings.
· The team, led by Seoul National University mechanical engineering professor Ko Seung-hwan, created the "skin" with a special ink that changes color based on temperature and is controlled by tiny, flexible heaters.
· The flexible, multilayered artificial skin has an overall thickness of less than a hundred micrometers, which is thinner than a human hair.
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