Recently, foreign media reported that researchers from the Sorbonne University in Paris and the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) have jointly developed a "human flesh" mobile phone case inspired by human skin, to replace the hard, cold, Non tactile experience of devices such as smartphone. Researchers at the Sorbonne University in Paris and the French National Centre for scientific research have developed a "human flesh" protective shell to increase the sense of human interaction when using intelligent devices, the report said. The case is held up by silicone, with a layer of stretchable copper wire hidden underneath, and can be programmed to detect gestures based on the pressure exerted by a person. As a result, the case can be used to input gestures and manipulate the mobile device.
At present, it can detect tickling, poking, pinching and other gestures, and according to the gesture to judge the user's mood. For example, a user can poke the phone to let it know he wants attention, pinch pull to show he's upset, and squeeze to show he's angry, scratch it like a tickle and the system will display a laugh emoji directly on the phone's screen. The team's next step is to superimpose temperature, hair, moisture and even goose bumps on the flesh to make it more realistic and terrifying.