An Impressive Pair Of Teleoperation Robotic Hands That Provide Tactile Feedback To The User

July 2, 2019

This is a video demonstration of the teleoperation robotic arms and hands developed by Shadow Robot along with Haptx (developers of haptic technologies) and Syntouch (developer of tactile sensors). Based on what I saw in the video, they can be operated with surprising dexterity, presumably at least in part due to the tactile finger feedback provided to the user. Now if they had just made the robotic hands four times as large, maybe I could finally-- "Your penis isn't that big." You don't know me, you don't go to my gym.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Hugo, who helped develop the hands and is clearly living in the future.

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