The Hi-Tech temporary Tattoo that could soon tell you when you’ve had enough to Drink
A new process that can make ultra-thin electronic tattoos using a household printer has been developed by researchers.
While ‘smart tattoos’ that can monitor a person’s health have been developed before, this new method could allow people to print them cheaply in their own homes. The elastic nanosheets could be used for applications such as drug delivery or for monitoring a person’s health, or the amount they have drunk.
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