Ultrathin Nanogenerators as Self-Powered/Active Skin Sensors for Tracking Eye Ball Motion (pages 1163–1168)
Sangmin Lee, Ronan Hinchet, Yean Lee, Ya Yang, Zong-Hong Lin, Gustavo Ardila, Laurent Montès, Mireille Mouis and Zhong Lin Wang
Article first published online: 14 OCT 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201301971
Ultrathin piezoelectric nanogenerator is developed as active or self-powered sensor for monitoring local deformation on a human skin. The nanogenerator which detects the motion of the eye ball underneath can be effective in monitoring sleep pattern, tiredness, brain activity, and spirit status of a person, as well as any biological associated skin deformation.