Electronic Skin can Detect Magnetic Fields
As we all know, there are five basic human senses, but this doesn’t mean there could not be many more. One of the senses that we don’t have magnetoception: the ability to perceive magnetic fields. Some bacteria, migratory birds, fish and some invertebrates use this skill to have a better sense of direction. A new artificial skin technology might be able to give humans magnetoception in the future.