The diffusion of electronics in everyday life requires for the development of sensing systems, based on new materials and technologies. Deformation sensors are of interest in many application fields, ranging from assisted rehabilitation, virtual reality and augmented reality, and gaming applications, juts to mention a few. investigated. More specifically, it is shown that this novel composite is capable of sensing flexural deformations and producing a corresponding open-circuit voltage. The obtained results pave the road to the possibility of realizing a new class of deformation sensors that fits the requirements of more sustainable sensor technologies.

Performance Characterization of a Biodegradable Deformation Sensor based on Bacterial Cellulose

Di Pasquale G.;Graziani S.;Pollicino A.;Trigona C.
2020-01-01

Abstract

The diffusion of electronics in everyday life requires for the development of sensing systems, based on new materials and technologies. Deformation sensors are of interest in many application fields, ranging from assisted rehabilitation, virtual reality and augmented reality, and gaming applications, juts to mention a few. investigated. More specifically, it is shown that this novel composite is capable of sensing flexural deformations and producing a corresponding open-circuit voltage. The obtained results pave the road to the possibility of realizing a new class of deformation sensors that fits the requirements of more sustainable sensor technologies.
2020
bacterial cellulose; deformation measurements; greener transducers; ionic liquids; paper-based sensor
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