Robot Hand with a Sensitive Touch

Robot Hand with a Sensitive Touch

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Documenttype: Case Study
Date: 24/Apr/2015

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Helpful humanoid robots - already a reality in the movies - are inspiring a lot of research in a wide range of scientific disciplines. More than 200 scientists from engineering and life sciences collaborate within the interdisciplinare "CITEC" (Cognitive Information Technology) research cluster at Bielefeld University. At the start of 2014 a major step was taken with the development of a tactile sensor in the form of a fingertip of use in artificial hands - this key sensor limb is a complex LDS component.

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