Xerox Circuit Ink!


Here’s another reason you read and get the news faster than watching that damn, old HDTV and slow, mainstream media.  Xerox has developed a new ink that lets you “print” your circuit boards on paper.  Not only will this make DIY PCBs obsolete, you can now make circuit boards that are flexible as paper.  WOW!

Xerox researchers have invented a kind of ink that can conduct electricity and be used to put electronic circuits on top of plastics, film, and textiles. That means in the coming years we’ll be able to wear or bend our electronics. You could even print out your electronic gadget on plastic sheets, as if you were printing a document.

via gizmodo

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