Modular and Reconfgurable Stretchable Electronic Systems
- Modular and Reconfgurable Stretchable Electronic Systems
- 손동희; 강지형; Orestis Vardoulis; 문재완; Naoji Matsuhisa; 김영인; 김재민; Jeffrey B.-H. Tok; Zhenan Bao
- modular electronics; reconfgurable electronics; self-healing chemistry; stretchable electronics
- Issue Date
- Advanced materials technologies
- VOL 2018-1800417-6
- Electronics offering modularity in design and function, i.e., modular electronics have enabled a wide gamut of applications, such as promotion of creativity, self-assembling robots, and customizable consumer electronics. In particular, there is recently a fertile application domain within the rapidly growing needs in wearable technologies. Toward this application, it is proposed that stretchable, self-healable, and mechanically tough materials will enable a highly desirable reconfgurable multifunctional and modular platform for wearable electronics. Here, the novel applications of tough self-healing elastomer are reported to realize skin-like modular electronics system,, i.e., stretchable, tough, self-healable, and reconfgurable, in which multiple electronic components are electrically interconnected and can effectively communicate with each other digitally. The fabricated self-healing conductive lines can also allow for components that can be readily cut, reconfgured, and reconnected by the user.
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