Robots are already capable of expressing their emotions through their LED display. Cornell University engineers have come up with a new approach that involves using a soft robotic skin to give robots spikes and goosebumps. The spike texture unit has embedded haptic tips while the goosebump unit varies between bulges and dents.
More like this ➡️ here
Goosebumps - Texture-Changing Soft Robotic Skin
This soft robotic skin is actuated with embedded fluidic chambers. The above video shows how it all works.
*Our articles may contain aff links. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. Please read our disclaimer on how we fund this site.