The current version of the artificial skin makes robots so sensitive they not only avoid potentially harmful contact but can even be guided with a feather. The circuitry and algorithms behind it can easily be integrated into other approaches, ranging from traditional system-on-chip technology to printed organic semiconductors.
- TUM Insitute for Cognitive Systems (Prof. Gordon Cheng)
- Dr. Philipp Mittendorfer: Research interests and Publications
- Video: Orange sorting robot TOMM (YouTube)
- TUM's magazine Faszination Forschung 15 (January 2015):
"Exoskeleton Enables Paraplegic Man to Walk"
- Technologist.eu: "Gordon Cheng – pioneering mind-controlled prosthetics"