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Robotic hand 'sees and feels' for gripping dexterity

by Reuters Videos 2:26 mins

Robotic hand 'sees and feels' for gripping dexterity

by Reuters Videos 2:26 mins

London-based Shadow Robot Company has developed a robotic hand that uses 3D cameras and force sensors to determine how best to grip a given object. The company is already taking orders for their Dexterous Hand, with the makers seeing great potential in brain-controlled prosthetics and future search and rescue operations. Matthew Stock has more.

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