The robot hands built by Magnus Johnson (with some help from Christian Balkenius). The three hands use different principles to perceive the shape of an object. Hand 1 has only a single degree of freedom and nine touch sensors. Hand 2 has a large number of piezo-electric sensors and seven degrees of freedom. Hand 3 has no sensors on the fingers but uses proprioception to determine when it touches an object.
Agneta Gulz and Jana Holsanova from Lund University Cognitive Science were interviewed in the magazine “Research for the Future” published in both Sydsvenska Dagbladet and Dagens Industri, two major Swedish newspapers, on the 3rd of April.
Read the news article about our latest choice blindness finding in Nature News.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics (2001- 2010) are available …
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