Developed by the researchers from the University of Warwick in the UK, the “Carbomorph” is an inexpensive conductive plastic composite that will allow users to print their personalized electronics, like game controllers, in 3D to fit perfectly into your hand for enhanced gaming experience. With this material, users will be able to track down electronic and sensors as part of a 3D printed structure, which would further create touch-sensitive areas, with the printer, to be connected to a regular electronic circuit board with ease.
Created under the guidance of Dr Simon Leigh, the new technology has would revolutionize the way electronics are produced and make them more personalized than ever before. In addition, the new technology would help in monitoring sensors embedded into objects to simplify our tactile interaction with products.
Via: Silicon Republic