coondoggie writes: "Researchers are touting a wireless skin-thin, microelectronic tattoo as an alternative to hard-wired electrodes for healthcare tests or monitoring and ultimately new applications such as electronic bandages. Researchers say they have created a new class of micro-electronics they call an epidermal electronic system (EES) which utilizes miniature serpentine-shaped sensors, light-emitting diodes, tiny transmitters and receivers and networks of wire filaments into an ultra-thin material that sticks to your skin like a stick-on tattoo."
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