Tagged: Conductive ink

Temporary Biometric Tattoo tracks your health stats in real-time

Chaotic moon Biometric Tattoo

Wearable technology is hitting us all in a big way and it won’t be surprising if it is the next big revolution. Some might even say that it is already a revolution with wearables changing the complexion of electronic gadgets. Sensor-enabled tattoos and electronic ink have already given us a reason to believe that wearable tech is going to be our second skin in the near future. For example the skin thermometer tattoo or sweat monitoring tattoo. Austin-based company Chaotic Moon is developing a prototype that will be loaded with sensors for collecting all the vital data from your body for prime health and fitness.
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Revolutionary Voxel8 3D printer tailor-made for manufacturing new age gizmos

Voxel8 3D printer with conductive ink 3D printing

Voxel8 3D printer with conductive ink 3D printing

3D printing in itself is a revolutionary manufacturing and material building technology that has changed the complexion of producing physical objects. Now is the time for another step with this game-changing manufacturing technique which is looking good with a new age 3D printer called Voxel8. This new age 3D printer is way ahead of the current breed of 3D printers which manufacture objects with simple plastic. It is capable of blending electronic components into the object and manufacture highly customizable devices with embed electronics courtesy the conductive ink.
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The Sound of Taste: Touch interactive painting plays music on your mobile device

The Sound of taste by Novalia

Ever wondered what taste would sound like? Then you quandary is legitimate, as it is a very far seen thought that provokes the very senses we have. As a part of its promotional campaign Feel Flavour; Schwartz (Herb & Spice brand) collaborated with Grey London (ad agency) to come up with an interactive touch sensitive poster that is painted in touch sensitive inks. To create this articulation illustrator Billie Jean assigned each herb and spice a particular musical chord reminiscent to its taste and characteristic. For example chilli was assigned A flat major and fennel was given F minor which is a higher pitched musical chord.
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