Heterogeneous integration of rigid, soft, and liquid materials for self-healable, recyclable, and reconfigurable wearable electronics

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PubDate: Nov 2020

Teams: Tongji University;University of Colorado;Beihang University

Writers: Chuanqian Shi1,2,, View ORCID ProfileZhanan Zou2,, Zepeng Lei3, Pengcheng Zhu2,4, View ORCID ProfileWei Zhang3,† and View ORCID ProfileJianliang Xiao2,†

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Abstract

Wearable electronics can be integrated with the human body for monitoring physical activities and health conditions, for human-computer interfaces, and for virtual/augmented reality. We here report a multifunctional wearable electronic system that combines advances in materials, chemistry, and mechanics to enable superior stretchability, self-healability, recyclability, and reconfigurability. This electronic system heterogeneously integrates rigid, soft, and liquid materials through a low-cost fabrication method. The properties reported in this wearable electronic system can find applications in many areas, including health care, robotics, and prosthetics, and can benefit the well-being, economy, and sustainability of our society.

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