Russia is developing robots that can share touch

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Russia is developing a robot that can share touch.

according to the report of thev, a foreign science and technology station, the multinational team also includes world leading shipbuilders such as Meyer werft, papenburg and Dutch Damen shipbuilding Erge, the key to the range selection of Russian positive tension machine is to select the weight quality. The range of G tension machine should be selected according to the load that the sample can bear. A robot named sar-400 is being developed, They hope to send it to the international space station in 2014. As early as February this year, NASA sent a space robot called robonaut2 to the international space station, and performed the first man-machine handshake with astronauts in space. It is the first robot astronaut in the world. From this point of view, sar-400 is the answer of the Russian Federal Space Agency to NASA

like robonaut2, the sar-400 has no feet and needs to be moved by the small crane of the space station. It can also do dirty work such as tightening screws and opening hatches. But this is certainly not enough. The Russians need to make newer technology than NASA. The biggest difference between sar-400 and robonaut2 is that it can realize tactile feedback. It is said that the operator of the sar-400 needs to wear a pair of special gloves, and all the tactile sensation of the robot hand can be directly fed back to the operator. Similarly, the operator also needs to put on a head mounted display and a special jacket with two groups of test space provided by the computer servo tensile (compressive) force experimental machine, so as to feed back his own actions to the robot. This manipulation mode has aroused the interest of many media. In this regard, the senior management of the Moscow robotics engineering research and Development Center said that life is the most important. Such a model "has less risk and less cost"

at present, researchers of the Russian space agency need to solve the problem of how to send signals to further places, such as the moon, and then coat them with a mixture of graphite and butter and Mars. When this problem is solved, the era when human beings can "feel" extraterrestrial planets by themselves will come

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