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Optical Three-axis Tactile Sensor for Robotic Fingers

Masahiro Ohka; Jumpei Takata; Hiroaki Kobayashi; Hirofumi Suzuki; Nobuyuki Morisawa; Hanafiah Bin;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2008
  • Publisher: InTech
Tactile sensors capable of sensing normal and shearing force produced on a robotic finger and an object are useful for fitting a dextrose hand that can be applied to tasks that require human-like handling. Examples include such manufacturing tasks as assembly, disassembly, inspection, and materials handing. Especially in the case of humanoid robots, grasping slippery or flexible objects is required in living environments for human beings in contrast to industrial robots that handle standardized objects in controlled environments. Since the three-axis tactile sensor is effective in such cases, its importance will increase with improvements in humanoid robots. A h...
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