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Robotic arm gains tactility
Scientists at the University of Southampton reported on the creation of a manipulator that mimics a human hand. The first version of the “arm” for a robot was created more than a year ago, even then the device had a grip precision sufficient to hold a bunch of keys.
The new, improved version has become much “smarter”. The developers have provided each “finger” with a sensor array, including temperature, pressure and slip sensors. That is, the manipulator controller is able to regulate the pressure created by each “finger”, maintaining the required minimum. In the event that slip sensors detect the outlined loss of an object from the hand, the grip is enhanced. Well, temperature sensors make the device even more human.
Scientists hope their invention will help disabled people with no hands in the future. Especially if you manage to connect the manipulator controller to the human brain. This is where the contactless interface created by Japanese developers can come in handy. Recall also that a similar manipulator was demonstrated by scientists from the Japanese Institute AIST.