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A joint research team has developed a technology that will allow windows to change colors according to the amount of moisture, without the need for electricity.
The researchers developed a variable color filter using a metal-hydrogel-metal resonator structure using chitosan-based hydrogel, and combined it with solar cells to make a self-powering humidity sensor.
Humidity sensor combining variable filter and solar cells. Courtesy of Junsuk Rho, POSTECH.
The team members are professor Junsuk Rho of the mechanical and chemical engineering departments at POSTECH, Jaehyuck Jang and Aizhan Ismukhanova of the chemical engineering department at POSTECH, and professor Inkyu Park of KAIST’s department of mechanical engineering.