The development of a facile, low-temperature, and low-cost method to fabricate highly sensitive and optically transparent resistive pressure sensors remains a challenge. In this paper, a graphene/polyaniline-embedded polyvinyl butyral (GPANI-PVB) composite film is employed as the active layer in a resistive pressure sensor; this film is ultrathin, highly sensitive, optically transparent, anisotropically conductive, highly durable, highly flexible, and bending insensitive. A flexible touch panel based on the GPANI-PVB composite film is fabricated using a facile process, which supports multitouch and multilevel pressure detection. The GPANI-PVB composite film offers great potential for applications in flexible and transparent interactive electronic devices.
- Flexible touch panel; graphene/polyaniline-embedded polyvinyl butyral (GPANI-PVB) composite; high sensitivity; high transparency; resistive pressure sensor
- ELECTRONIC SKIN; COMPOSITE; RUBBER