Haptic exploration of fingertip-sized geometric features using a multimodal tactile sensor

@inproceedings{Wonga2014HapticEO,
  title={Haptic exploration of fingertip-sized geometric features using a multimodal tactile sensor},
  author={Ruben D. Ponce Wonga and Randall B. Hellmana and Veronica J. Santos},
  year={2014}
}
Haptic perception remains a grand challenge for artificial hands. Dexterous manipulators could be enhanced by “haptic intelligence” that enables identification of objects and their features via touch alone. Haptic perception of local shape would be useful when vision is obstructed or when proprioceptive feedback is inadequate, as observed in this study. In this work, a robot hand outfitted with a deformable, bladder-type, multimodal tactile sensor was used to replay four human-inspired haptic… CONTINUE READING
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