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No, they’re not, but electronics are starting to become quite stretchy. Researchers at the University of Michigan have discovered that nanoparticles and elastic components can be combined to make conductors that stretch.

This means bendable displays, batteries, medical implants that move with the body instead of pressing up against it, and much more. This could actually lead to the creation of paper thin displays and multimedia magazines and newspapers you can hold in your hands!

Of course, we’re still a long ways from that.

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As you might have already guessed I am a big fan of Kickstarter and helping promote new concepts and unique ideas into the market place. If you are the same and enjoy perusing and backing projects on Kickstarter you will be pleased to hear that the website is launching an new mobile iOS app.

Allowing you to easily check for new innovations and track your current pledges whilst on the move, as well as allowing designers and project creators to manage their pages and receive notifications when pledges roll in.