May 6, 2009 AT 11:41 am

Bare skin safe conductive ink

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Bare skin safe conductive ink via Bruce

Bare is a conductive ink that is applied directly onto the skin allowing the creation of custom electronic circuitry. This innovative material allows users to interact with electronics through gesture, movement, and touch. Bare can be applied with a brush, stamp or spray and is non-toxic and temporary. Application areas include dance, music, computer interfaces, communication and medical devices. Bare is an intuitive and non-invasive technology which will allow users to bridge the gap between electronics and the body.

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7 Comments

  1. TheThompsonFive

    How about bear skin, can I use it on that?

  2. Is anyone else thinking this is could be the best “stamp-on-the-hand-at-a-gig” system ever?

  3. You could make puzzle circuit club stamps. Each circuit would have like 10 Lilly pad contacts around it and only a few would be connected though a maze pattern making it pretty and functional. Bartender tests your hand and if it lights up the right way Free Drink!

  4. If I tattoo a quarter-inch-or-so grid of this stuff over my entire body, will I be immune to Tasers?

  5. Uhhh… Bare skin is conductive without any ink.

  6. I doubt that anything short of copper mesh with thick, nonconductive padding behind it would protect you from a Tazer.

  7. Would it be usefull for a DIY EEG-project ?

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