In Japan, invented multilayer electronic tattoos

Featuring high technology tattoos can be transformed from the usual decorations in functional and useful tools. Of course, the usual tattoos such and will remain, but the electronic tattoo can be a distinctive component of various electronic gadgets. In the Japanese Waseda University have created a new method of tattooing, which are able to conduct electricity.

In Japan, invented multilayer electronic tattoos

tattoo itself is made of very thin films whose thickness is less than 750 nanometers, and the wiring for such tattoos printed by a conventional inkjet printer. Due to minimum thickness of the film, it can be made of laminated board, placing thereon the LEDs, resistors and other components.

Developers have reported that due to a simple manufacturing techniques, these tattoos can be printed at home at room temperature, using an ordinary inkjet printer for this. Layers also perfectly adhere to one another as well as to the skin. Sterilize the surfaces and premises is not required. These "tattoo" can be useful for monitoring the body's performance, connect with other wearable gadgets and even for wireless Internet access. High-tech tattoos were created by scientists in the past. Last year, MIT and Microsoft have developed a wearable electronic pattern, with which you can control your smartphone. A French engineers have created tattoo-robot that can do a tattoo on the design of the customer.