This Stretchy Patch Can Control Robot Hands

In the past few years, we have covered plenty of innovative robot controllers here. Engineers at University of Houston have developed a thin smart patch that allows two-way communication with robots. It has flexible RRAM, transistors, and sensors integrated into it.

The operators will also be able to receive temperature feedback from the robot. The above video shows how this all works.

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