The Springer book by Claudio Pacchierotti on “Cutaneous Haptic Feedback in Robotic Teleoperation” is available.
The foreword/acknowledgements/table-of-contents is here available.
The book is available for purchase at Springer Link.
Congratulations Claudio. Keep running.
Source: Cutaneous Haptic Feedback in Robotic Teleoperation – Springer
At #sirslab on October 2015
A study led by neuroscientists from UChicago shows that artificial touch is highly dependent on several features of electrical stimuli, such as the strength and frequency of signals, and describes the specific characteristics of these signals.
Source: Creating an artificial sense of touch through electrical stimuli
10 suggerimenti per incrementare la produttività in movimento
Source: Intel: suggerimenti per la produttività mobile
The Assisted Finger Orthosis hand exoskeleton can be customized for an individual using 48 parameters. The battery-powered device uses small linear motors that can be programmed to move fingers as part of the rehab process.
Source: 3D Printed Hand Exoskeleton Simplifies Rehab – Robotics Trends