According to Ian Johnston, science correspondent , solar panels so flexible and thin that they can be wrapped around the frame of a pair of glasses have been developed by scientists in a potential breakthrough for wearable electronics.
The panels, developed by a team of researchers in South Korea, are just a single micrometre across – much thinner than the average human hair or a coat of paint, which are both typically about 100 micrometres.
The boards, created by a group of analysts in South Korea, are only a solitary micrometer crosswise over – much more slender than the normal human hair or layer of paint, which are both ordinarily around 100 micrometers.
These are many times more slender than standard sunlight based boards and three to four times more slender than the vast majority of the slimmest sun based cells as of now accessible.
While some different scientists have made sun based boards of around one micrometer thick some time recently, they did as such utilizing an alternate strategy, called drawing.