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New study unveils stretchable high-resolution user-interactive synesthesia displays for visual–acoustic encryption

Researchers led by Professor Moon Kee Choi at UNIST have developed a stretchable high-resolution multicolor synesthesia display that synchronizes sound with light. The technology, developed using transfer-printing techniques, could revolutionize wearable and mobile devices as well as the Internet of Things. The display offers interactive experiences, visual-acoustic encryption, and could be used in wearable speakers and multi-quick response code implementations.

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