Scientists develop "e-skin" for robots

09/13/2010 | PCWorld

An artificial skin made of nanowire-enhanced material could someday give robots a sense of touch, according to researchers at the University of California, Berkeley. The "e-skin" will be more flexible than organic alternatives and sensitive enough to aid robots in performing relatively delicate tasks, such as assembling sandwiches without flattening them, the scientists say.

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