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Tele-Operated High Speed Anthropomorphic Dextrous Hands with Object Shape and Texture Identification

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Tele-Operated High Speed Anthropomorphic Dextrous Hands with Object Shape and Texture Identification
- This paper reports on the development of two Tele-Operated High Speed Anthropomorphic Dextrous robotic hands. The aim of developing these hands was to achieve a system that seamlessly interfaced between humans and robots. To provide sensory feedback to a remote operator tactile sensors were developed to be mounted on the robotic hands. Two systems were developed, the first, being a skin sensor capable of shape reconstruction placed on the palm of the hand to feed back the shape of objects grasped and the second is a highly sensitive tactile array for surface texture identification.
P. Y. Chua, M. Bezdicek, Steve Davis, Darwin G. Ca
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where IROS
Authors P. Y. Chua, M. Bezdicek, Steve Davis, Darwin G. Caldwell, John O. Gray
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