In the past few years, we have covered a bunch of research projects that aim to improve grasping mechanism in robots. Researchers at the University of Auckland have come up with an ultra-fast aerial grasping approach using a passive closing, adaptive robot hand.
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Ultra-Fast, Aerial Grasping using A Passive Closing, Adaptive Robot Hand
In addition to the robot hand, the researchers also used a quick release mechanism and distance sensor to pull this off.
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