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Hairy artificial skin gives robots a sense of touch

Hairy robots could be more sensitive to touch than humans. Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington have patented a new artificial skin that could help robots collect information about their surroundings by using millions of tiny fibers. The smart skin includes nanowire sensors made from zinc oxide (ZnO). [1]

[1] By Kelly McSweeney on ZDNet

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