godix wrote:I could see the medical field go wild over this. Make a shirt out of this stuff, stick a few sensors on it and a flashcard to store data and you'd have a way to monitor patients vitals without tying them down to a machine.
You know i never thought of that one, but that would be an amazing use for it.
As for price, that goes down with time and investment in mass-production, especially if it has any sort of benifit over traditional bateries (size, flexibility, how long it holds a charge, aplication-varied voltage, etc.). Battery technology is the key to any modernization of our technological devices as a whole really.