Automatic vision-guided robotic cell micromanipulation system

@inproceedings{Zhang2010AutomaticVR,
  title={Automatic vision-guided robotic cell micromanipulation system},
  author={Yanliang. Zhang},
  year={2010}
}
In life science research and applications such as cell mechanobiology, cell micromanipulation is skill-intensive, involving cell immobilization, micropipette positioning, cell biomembrane deformation and penetration, etc. The imprecise and inconsistent positioning in manual cell micromanipulation and biomembrane stress control demands a vision-guided robotic system to achieve high-accuracy static position control and dynamic motion tracking. This dissertation emphasizes the various techniques… CONTINUE READING

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