Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States have created a sensor coating technology called SprayableTech.
What's different about this paint is that its reaction to touch happens in the form of short electrical impulses. With its help, you can create a picture and bring the contacts from the microcontroller to its specific sections, which will interpret touches in specific commands.
The image can be simple or complex, small or large. The technology has almost no restrictions and allows you to send all kinds of commands to devices of any type, whether it is a TV, lamp or alarm.
In addition, SprayableTech has the potential to be used in smart cities. Using this technology, architects, designers and artists will be able to create an innovative urban environment that will actively interact with people.
You can watch the video presentation of the technology below.
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