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Senseg First Ever Actuators

Senseg Produces First Ever Flexible Actuators with Roll-to-Roll Technology

Senseg, a leading manufacturer of electrostatic sensors based in Finland, announced that it has created a new category of flexible electronics by launching a family of roll-to-roll manufactured actuators for […]
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Soft wearable robot

Korean Researchers Develop Soft Wearable Robot that Enables Disabled Person to Grasp Objects

Researchers at the Seoul National University (SNU) and KAIST developed a soft wearable hand robot that can help the disabled people use their hands by using machine learning algorithm and […]
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University of Electro-Communications (UEC

University of Electro-Communications’ December 2018 e-Bulletin includes Soft Robotics, Mid-Air Display Technology

The December 2018 issue of e-Bulletin published by University of Electro-Communications (UEC) in Tokyo includes short video profiles of UEC researchers describing their activities in mid-air display technology, soft robots, […]
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Harvard Soft robots

Harvard Researchers Designing Soft Robots for Patients with Spinal Cord Injury

Tim Gatautis suffered a spinal cord injury in a swimming accident nearly a decade ago. He’s been in the chair ever since. He’d like to be able to do more […]
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3d soft robots

KIST Develops 3D Soft Robots That Look Like Living Creatures

The emerging field of soft robotics increasingly raises the interest of scientists. It uses materials such as silicone, cloth, balloons, and paper for enhancing the flexibility and adaptability of robots […]
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