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Researchers have developed ultrasonic grippers for robots

researchers have developed ultrasonic grippers for robots

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if the film can teach us anything, it is that robots will eventually become a part of society, hoping to be like baymax hugging, rather than the killing robot sent by AI in the future. But as far as baymax is concerned, although he can provide medical and psychological care, it will be difficult to carry small objects with those soft hands. In order to make it easier for robots to perform complex tasks involving small objects with strong anti-interference ability, researchers at the Federal Institute of technology in Zurich have created a grip that can hold objects with sound

The latest prototype of the no touch robotics project is the prototype of a robot hand that uses acoustic levitation to grasp objects. Levitation sound is a method that uses the pressure generated by sound waves to suspend substances in media such as the air of gold assay metal material corrosion and wear tester

earphones are composed of hemispheres, which emit ultrasonic waves from speakers installed along the inner surface. Ultrasound can produce a pressure field that human beings cannot perceive. The overlapping points of wave fields are used to capture the pressure points of small objects. This makes the object appear to float between two hemispheres

researchers hope to use this technology to lift and manipulate small objects without touching them. Compared with the traditional handle, the acoustic handle or non-contact handle can ensure that fragile objects are not damaged at all and provide higher accuracy. This technology is not a new technology to adjust zero time. It has been used in space exploration and other fields for more than 80 years

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