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Three-dimensional multi-recognition flexible wearable sensor via graphene aerogel printing

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Abstract

Multi-response, multi-function and high integration are the critical pursuits of advanced electronic wearable sensors. Graphene aerogel endows a three-dimensional (3D) deformation morphology with excellent flexible wearable electronics of sheeted graphene. Here we report the fabrication of a neat graphene aerogel with micro extrusion printing to electronic sensor devices with a 3D nanostructure. The printed neat graphene patterns have excellent conductivity and the controllable 3D nanostructure of graphene aerogel contributes multi-dimensional deformation responses, which are appropriately suitable for the multi-recognition flexible wearable electric sensor. With complicated movement perception, the printed graphene aerogel sensors run the remarkable gesture language analysis for a deaf–mute communication auxiliary device or gesture manipulation apparatuses.

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Submitted
18 Jul 2016
Accepted
04 Aug 2016
First published
04 Aug 2016

Chem. Commun., 2016,52, 10948-10951
Article type
Communication

Three-dimensional multi-recognition flexible wearable sensor via graphene aerogel printing

B. An, Y. Ma, W. Li, M. Su, F. Li and Y. Song, Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 10948
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC05910D

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