Transparent loudspeakers and MICs that let your skin play music

Their ultrathin, conductive, and transparent hybrid NMs can be applied to the fabrication of skin-attachable NM loudspeakers and voice-recognition microphones, which would be unobtrusive in appearance due to their excellent transparency and conformal contact capability. Image: UNIST

The schematic images of (A) skin-attachable NM loudspeaker with the orthogonal AgNW array and (B) wearable and transparent NM microphone. Image: UNIST


From left are Saewon Kang, Professor Hyunhyub Ko, and Seungse Cho in the School of Energy and Chemical Engineering at UNIST. Image: UNIST