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Presented by Muhammad Azim
 Introduction
 Electronic skin
 Idea
 Development of e-skin
 Working
 Application
 Advantage
 Disadvantage
 Uses
...
 Electronic plays a very important role in developing
simple devices used for any purpose.
 Material which mimics the Hu...
 It made from biocompatible silicon rubber with
pressure sensitive sensors.
 It can measure electrical activity of the h...
 It borrowed directly kids temporary transfer tattoos.
 It attaches through the weak forces of van de wals
interactions....
 2010:
a) attaching nanowire transistor to sticky substrate,
embedded in thin pressure sensitive rubber capable
of sensin...
 Antenna is used to transmit the recorded
electrical signals of skin to the receiver.
 Strain gauges are used for measur...
 It takes the signals from the body and transfer
them to the device.
 Localized electrical stimulation: “smart bandage”:...
 Stretchable sensor system able to measure pressure.
 Strain composed of buckled CNT-based electrodes.
 The right-most ...
 COST IS VERY HIGH
 SINGLE USE
 ROBOTICS
 HEALTH APPLICATION
 SMART WALLPAPERS
 E-PAPERS
 In future even virtual screens may be placed on the
device for knowing our body function.
 It has bright future in robo...
 The electronics skin is one such device that
depicts the beauty of electronics and its uses
in daily life.
 The electro...
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Electronic skin

  1. 1. Presented by Muhammad Azim
  2. 2.  Introduction  Electronic skin  Idea  Development of e-skin  Working  Application  Advantage  Disadvantage  Uses  Conclusion
  3. 3.  Electronic plays a very important role in developing simple devices used for any purpose.  Material which mimics the Human Skin in one or more ways  The best achievement as well the future example of integrated electronics in the medical field is the electronic skin.
  4. 4.  It made from biocompatible silicon rubber with pressure sensitive sensors.  It can measure electrical activity of the heart, brain waves and other vital signs.  Ultra thin skin turn on hand  e-skin can be directly laminated on the surface of the skin, allowing us to electronically functionalize human skin.  It attaches to the skin like a stick-on tattoo.
  5. 5.  It borrowed directly kids temporary transfer tattoos.  It attaches through the weak forces of van de wals interactions.  Circuitry “spider web” of materials  Narrow snake like silicon filaments that serve as wires connected to tiny the sensors designed to monitor particular bodily functions.
  6. 6.  2010: a) attaching nanowire transistor to sticky substrate, embedded in thin pressure sensitive rubber capable of sensing wide range of pressure (california university) b) First prototype for e-skin  2011: a) a) stretchable solar cell used to power the electronic skin (stanford).  2012: a) self healing capacity b) Made by nickel and plastic
  7. 7.  Antenna is used to transmit the recorded electrical signals of skin to the receiver.  Strain gauges are used for measuring the signals generated by the heart.  Temperature sensors are used for measuring the temperature.
  8. 8.  It takes the signals from the body and transfer them to the device.  Localized electrical stimulation: “smart bandage”: temperature changes across the wound.  Muscle contractions in the neck can control the mouse in computer game.
  9. 9.  Stretchable sensor system able to measure pressure.  Strain composed of buckled CNT-based electrodes.  The right-most pane depicts the pressure distribution measured by pressing on the center pixel.  Recent devices have already surpassed the capabilities of biological skin in terms of sensitivity, spatial resolution, and stretchability.
  10. 10.  COST IS VERY HIGH  SINGLE USE
  11. 11.  ROBOTICS  HEALTH APPLICATION  SMART WALLPAPERS  E-PAPERS
  12. 12.  In future even virtual screens may be placed on the device for knowing our body function.  It has bright future in robotics industries to make it sensible also.
  13. 13.  The electronics skin is one such device that depicts the beauty of electronics and its uses in daily life.  The electronic devices gain more demand in the market when they are in compact in size and best in functioning.

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