Artificial skin could give robots a sense of touch similar to humans

phys.org

One of many special human qualities is the ability to handle objects with skill and precision. This is all down to our sense of touch, which is particularly acute in the tips of our fingers. Using our hands, we are able to explore the shape and composition of objects and to feel the texture of their surface—and all without ever clapping eyes on them.
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  • If our finger prints accentuate our feeling of touch, will the artificial skin used in robotics have a finger print by design?

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