8 Results for 'Electronics'
Metal Printing ‘On-the-Fly’
An increasing demand for flexible, wearable electronics, sensors, antennas and medical devices has led researchers at the Wyss Institute to develop a laser-assisted direct ink writing method that allows microscopic metallic, free-standing 3D structures to be printed without auxiliary support material. The method can produce not only sweeping curves and spirals but also sharp angular...
Video/AnimationHybrid 3D Printing of Soft ElectronicsA new hybrid 3D printing technique developed at the Wyss Institute at Harvard University, Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the Air Force Research Laboratory combines stretchable conductive inks and electronic components into flexible, durable wearable devices that move with the body and offer increased programmability. This research was supported...
Video/AnimationBattery-Free Folding RobotsWireless, battery-free folding robots are powered by electromagnetic fields, enabling them to move without bulky batteries. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University
Video/AnimationSoft Fabric SensorsThis textile-based sensor effectively registers fine motor movements of the human body, taking researchers one step closer to creating soft, wearable robots. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University