Nanotechnology Dermal Display

Here’s a first: a nanotechnology display that goes under your skin for checking heartrate and cholesterol. It consists of billions of nanobots which cover a rectangular area (6 x 5cm) on the back of your hand or forearm and draws on oxygen/glucose for power. Video after the jump. Not only could the dermal display be […]

Here’s a first: a nanotechnology display that goes under your skin for checking heartrate and cholesterol. It consists of billions of nanobots which cover a rectangular area (6 x 5cm) on the back of your hand or forearm and draws on oxygen/glucose for power. Video after the jump.

Not only could the dermal display be used for medical purposes, but it could also be used as an embedded PDA, MP3, or video player.