02
November
2020
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06:00
Europe/Amsterdam

NUS researchers invent flexible and highly reliable sensor for wearable health devices and robotic perception

Known as Tactile Resistive Annularly Cracked E-Skin (TRACE), this novel sensor material developed by NUS researchers is five times better than conventional soft materials, and could be used in wearable health technology devices, or in robotics to perceive surface texture.

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