E-Whiskers: Berkeley researchers develop highly sensitive tactile sensors
curated by John Payne | January 22, 2014
Among their many potential applications is giving robots new abilities to “see” and “feel” their surrounding environment. “Whiskers are hair-like tactile sensors used by certain mammals and insects to monitor wind and
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