Kirigami

Some wearable electronics—like sensors sewn into fabrics, or applicable “skins”—rely on the development of new, durable, stretchable electronic materials. One way to enhance the elasticity of these often-delicate materials is by introducing strategic cuts into them, creating a stretchable mesh. Recently, a team of researchers from the University of Southern California approached this materials design problem with inspiration from kirigami, the Japanese art of paper cutting—and used supercomputing power to make their approach possible.

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