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Cornell University stretchable sensor

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

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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Wearable sensor humans robots communication

UTS Researchers Developing Wearable Sensors to Improve Communication Between Human Brains and Robots

Researchers at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) are embarking on a two-year $1.2 million project with the Australian Department of Defense to examine how truly cutting-edge technologies could use […]
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Samsung Ballie and Gems exoskeleton

Samsung’s Rolling Robot and Fitness Exoskeleton Point to Its Future in Healthcare

Samsung’s unveiling of fitness exoskeleton and rolling robot at the CES 2020 suggests the company is trying to gain a foothold in the healthcare field. Ballie The Korean tech giant […]
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NUS Electronic skin

NUS Scientists Develop Electronic Skin with Exceptional Sense of Touch for Prosthetics

Scientists have been working hard to improve prosthetic technology where artificial skin will have the ability to feel like a human skin. Many of the currently available electronic skins have […]
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Microbots for drug delivery

Tiny Cell-sized Microbots Could Help in Drug Delivery

Scientists have created wireless bug-shaped microrobots using nanofabrication techniques that turns a 4-inch specialized silicon wafer into a million microscopic robots in just weeks. The microbots, developed by University of […]
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