If we want robots to receive more work for people, we need to give them more hands.
Today, many robot hands can only complete special tasks. Strong people often have trouble with activities that require a harmonious relationship, and soft hands often do not connect a lot of a blow when it comes to strength.
But today, a team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University have created a robot hand that is not only strong, but also soft – and it can deliver to a new era in robotics.
The team has drawn inspiration for his hand from the origami magic ball. Rather than using some kind of experts like the finger, their hand-held hand-held robots are something and then fall around it, almost like a Venus flytrap that captures its victim.
Pressure applied is enough for the hand to lift things up to 1
Soft, but Strong
University of California at the professor of robotics of Santa Cruz Michael Wehner, who was not involved in this project, praised the hand, citing new things in an interview with MIT News . "It's a smart device that uses the power of 3-D printing, a vacuum, and a soft robotic to approach the problem of handling in a whole new way," Wehner says. "In the coming years, I can imagine that I see soft robots that are gentle and sufficient enough to pick a rose, but it's strong enough to lift the patient to the hospital."