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Google is making the human body a touchpad!

Google is making the human body a touchpad! Historically, Google's 'Google Glass' has been a failed project. However, the company is also investing heavily in various wearable devices. Google's latest projects include reality glasses, virtual reality controllers, and smartwatches. Now another new thing has been added to the list. According to the Senate, Google is currently working on a high-tech temporary tattoo. Which will turn your skin into a touchpad. For that, the company will use a skin mask with technology. Which will be interactive and realistic. The skin mask can be applied to the fingers or different parts of the hand. In which sensors will be used. These sensors allow you to control other devices from there. It is mentioned that a very thin and stretchable skin mask will be prepared for that. The research team of the University of Saarland, which has been invested by Google, has been mentioned in the white paper of the project.

Top 10 Facts About Google

Top 10 Facts About Google The search engine Google is now your friend. Without it, we have even stopped imagining you. The situation has reached such a point that when Guru is remembered on Guru Purnima, many happy messages can be seen on social media even in the name of Google Guru. Two founders were new friends Google founders Sergei Brin and Larry Page were not old friends. Coincidentally, they had met. Larry Page, 22, came to Stanford University with a degree in computer engineering from the University of Michigan. Segre Brin had already enrolled there for a Ph.D. Segre Brin was given the responsibility of showing the campus. This is a reference to the year 1995. The two became friends and came up with the idea of ​​Google. Google was created after the name change Initially, Google was named Backerb. The two joined hands for the concept of web browser Backerb. They were working on Stanford's servers, which were consuming a lot of bandwidth. Why the name? On September 15, 1997,