UMich Researchers Develop Japanese Kirigami Influenced Sensor Patch for Injury Recovery and Athlete Training

UMich Kirigami sensor patch
Erin Evke demonstrates how the cut patterns in the kirigami sensor open so that it follows the curve of her shoulder. (Image Credit: Levi Hutmacher, Michigan Engineering)
A researcher from the University of Michigan (UMich) has developed a wearable sensor patch to measure the range of motion of hard-to-assess areas of the body using principles from the […]
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