The stretchable anisotropic conductive film can connect other electrodes physically and electrically regardless of the rigidity, flexibility or elasticity of the circuit line.
Researchers stabilised the nanocrystals by fabricating them within the matrix of a porous structure called a metal–organic framework, like tennis balls caught in a chain-link fence.
With typical ultralow power consumption of 3 W, the module is supported by 64-bit architecture and onboard LPDDR4 memory with up to 6 GB.
The energy-saving semiconductor technology has shown highly promising signs of requiring less electricity to run by not giving off any heat.
Unlike hard-wired standard circuits, the molecular device can be reconfigured using voltage to embed different computational tasks.
Skin electronics require stretchable conductors that satisfy a range of characteristics, but it is challenging to achieve these simultaneously.