Blow up doll connoisseurs rejoice! A new wave of touchable tech is just around the bend.
A team of Swedish scientists have created paper embedded with metallic particles that, when touched, complete a circuit which produces a recorded sound. The sound is played via small electromagnets
embedded in the paper. The aim for now is to apply this technology into packaging. However, more “interesting” ideas are sure to be ahead. Combine this with the sweating robot, and staying at home on a Saturday night becomes more interesting.
Interactive Paper Makes Music [InventorSpot]