Cati Vaucelle at Architectradure posted a informative article on the electronic artificial skin.
More links to visit
- V. J. Lumelsky et al., "Sensitive Skin," IEEE Sensor Journal, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 41-51, Jun. 2001.
- Lazy summary
- Requirements to sensitive skin devices
- Skin materials
- Sensing devices
- Signal/data processing
- Research opportunities
- New measurment and control theory to use really large amount data from senstive skins
- Motion planning based on sensitive skin data
- Bioengineering (see the previous article Links: July 19, 2008)
- New human-computer interface
- Flexible tactile sensors could help robots work better, ScienceDaily, May 20, 2005 (See also related stories).
- Definition of sensitive skin: Sensitive skin is a large array of sensors embedded in a flexible, stretchable, and/or foldable substrate that might cover a moving machine
- Synonyms: electronic skin, sensitive skin, e-textile, e-skin