MIT researchers 3D print programmable 50 micron Cilllia hair that can act as sensors

MIT researchers 3D print programmable 50 micron Cilllia hair that can act as sensors

As veteran makers will have doubtlessly noticed, the resolution and accuracy of 3D printers are constantly improving and smaller and more complex prints are becoming possible at an incredible rate. But one research group from the MIT Media Lab has just pushed that trend into overdrive. As part of their Cilllia project, they have successfully developed a way to program and 3D print hair structures of just 50 microns thick.

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