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DLR Hand Arm System

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Meet the DLR Hand Arm System: a robot system that uses two arms to manipulate objects. It uses image processing and point cloud processing to locate the object. The left arm picks the object, while the hand equipped with two finger tactile sensors, detects the object and triggers the grasping process. The right arm grabs the object using a simple closing commend. An impedance controller allows the robot to hold the object properly.

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