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.

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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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