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Stanford’s Glove Gives Robots a Sense of Touch

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In the past few years, we have covered a whole host of robots that can handle fragile food items and other objects. Stanford researchers have come up with an electronic glove that gives robots a sense of touch. It enables robotic hands to touch delicate items without squashing them.

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The sensors used in the glove’s fingertips measure the intensity and direction of pressure to achieve dexterous handling of objects. A robot wearing this glove can hold an egg without squashing it. More info is available here.

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