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Sensors, Volume 20, Issue 16 (August-2 2020) – 304 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Human skin is an outstanding organ with sensory abilities that instigated researchers to produce an [...] Read more. Human skin is an outstanding organ with sensory abilities that instigated researchers to produce an electronic surrogate, so-called electronic skin (e-skin), also endowed with the perception of various external stimuli, such as mechanical stimuli, temperature, and humidity, while keeping or even surpassing the key qualities of human skin (low thickness, stretchability, flexibility, conformability, and sweat induction). The massive interest in e-skin is motivated by the plethora of applications in which it may be employed, such as health monitoring, functional prosthesis, robotics, and human–machine interfaces (HMI). For these applications, pressure sensors play a crucial role. This review summarizes comprehensive and vital aspects of e-skin pressure sensors, namely transduction mechanisms, micro-structuring techniques, most-employed materials, and applications. View this paper