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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Knitted spacer pressure sensor. (a) Schematic of the knitted spacer pressure sensor. The upper and lower surfaces of the spacer fabric had knitted conductive silver electrodes, with the electrodes perpendicular to one another to create a grid of discrete junctions. The upper and lower fabric surfaces were separated by a fibrous middle layer. (b) Photograph of the knitted spacer pressure sensor from above. The surface of the knitted spacer pressure sensor and outer layer of the knitted pocket pressure sensor look identical. Note that there is an incomplete sixth track at the bottom of the sensor

Figure 1: Knitted spacer pressure sensor. (a) Schematic of the knitted spacer pressure sensor. The upper and lower surfaces of the spacer fabric had knitted conductive silver electrodes, with the electrodes perpendicular to one another to create a grid of discrete junctions. The upper and lower fabric surfaces were separated by a fibrous middle layer. (b) Photograph of the knitted spacer pressure sensor from above. The surface of the knitted spacer pressure sensor and outer layer of the knitted pocket pressure sensor look identical. Note that there is an incomplete sixth track at the bottom of the sensor