A Sensorized Multicurved Robot Finger with Data-driven Touch Sensing via Overlapping Light Signals

@article{Piacenza2020ASM,
  title={A Sensorized Multicurved Robot Finger with Data-driven Touch Sensing via Overlapping Light Signals},
  author={Pedro Piacenza and Keith Behrman and Benedikt D. Schifferer and I. Kymissis and Matei Ciocarlie},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2004.00685}
}
  • Pedro Piacenza, Keith Behrman, +2 authors Matei Ciocarlie
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
  • Despite significant advances in touch and force transduction, tactile sensing is still far from ubiquitous in robotic manipulation. Existing methods for building touch sensors have proven difficult to integrate into robot fingers due to multiple challenges, including difficulty in covering multicurved surfaces, high wire count, or packaging constrains preventing their use in dexterous hands. In this paper, we present a multicurved robotic finger with accurate touch localization and normal force… CONTINUE READING

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