Electronic skins with a global attraction

Magnetic-field sensors integrated on electronic skins can provide an artificial magnetoreception that relies only on geomagnetic fields.

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Fig. 1: Emerging magnetoelectronic devices.


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Heidari, H. Electronic skins with a global attraction. Nat Electron 1, 578–579 (2018).

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