The Get Bendy sequence is designed to be followed on the poster. The Get Bendy eGuide is the complementary digital download that automatically comes with the Get Bendy Poster (for free) - it includes all of the information you'll need.
Today, we are getting bendy with this challenging flow to increase mobility and flexibility of the spine. Having a flexible spine can make it easier to do many yoga poses, such as back bends like wheel pose or bow pose. Not only do back bends look pretty in our practice, increasing the mobility of the spine increases overall health in the body.
Phase-change memory (PCM) is not an obvious win for plastic electronics. It stores its bit as a resistive state. In its crystalline phase, it has a low resistance. But running enough current through the device melts the crystal, allowing it to then freeze in an amorphous phase that is more resistive. The process is reversible. Importantly, especially for experimental neuromorphic systems, PCM can store intermediate levels of resistance. So a single device can store more than one bit of data.
Unfortunately, the usual set of materials involved doesn't work well on flexible substrates like plastic. The problem is "programming current density": Basically, how much current do you need to pump through a given area in order to heat it up to the temperature at which the phase change takes place? The uneven surface of bendy plastic means PCM cells using the usual materials can't be made as small as they are on silicon, requiring more current to achieve the same switching temperature. 2b1af7f3a8