A spin-off from the cochlear -thread..
I littered the thread so much that i decided a new thread was needed.
What i want to make:
Imagine a fine grid that can be implanted or used as wearable on the inner side of the lower arms.
That mesh should be able to:
1. Read input and be used as a mouse/keyboard.
-It would be nice if it could light up and show some interface-things, but not strictly necessary.
2. Relay feedback as in vibrations of different frequencies, with about 0.5 cm/pixel resolution, and ability to could sense IO from multiple points on the same row/column.
- Without having LOTS of wires for every row/column.
3. It needs to consume low power, as its goal would be a mesh that'd be fed power/IO through the skin.
-A mesh of carbon nanotubes would be ideal, as it could power itself with body heat (inside of the arm is kinda a good place, as its returning colder blood there anyway..) (And the odd amusing fact that such would have the possibility to cancel inductance..)
4. It CANNOT be sensitive to magnetic inductance. Otherwise it'd cause noise and/or problems with strong magnetic fields when implanted.
Basicly, i want tips on what kinda material to use for the wearable, and/or the implanted one.
I want to use it as an interface to my weak-AI analysis rig, one that does not occupy my vision, and still allows IO in a natural/intuitive way.
It also NEEDS to not cause skin irritation when wearable, and not cause inflammation with the implanted one.
And ofc, as thin & flexible as possible..