Stretchable Sensor Provides Skin-Like Sensation to Robots, AR/VR

Cornell University stretchable sensor
Image: Cornell University
Researchers at Cornell University have created fiber-optic sensor that can detect sensations like pressure, strain, and bending, much like human skin. The sensor that combines low-cost LEDs and dyes, could […]
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