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This unsettling case that looks and feels like human skin wants you to poke and pinch your smartphone

Business Insider Monday, 21 October 2019
This unsettling case that looks and feels like human skin wants you to poke and pinch your smartphone· Researcher Marc Teyssier is exploring a tech platform that mimics the look and texture of human skin to control devices that we often touch to control, like smartphones and laptops. 
· The project and devices, called "Skin-on Interfaces," can sense touch and gestures, like pokes and pinches, and translate that signal into...
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News video: Phone Case Made of Artificial Skin Responds to Human Touch

Phone Case Made of Artificial Skin Responds to Human Touch 01:03

From the researcher who brought you the smartphone finger, comes an unsettling new phone cover made of realistic, touch-sensitive, artificial skin that responds to human gestures like tickling and pinching.

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