Biomimetic robotic skin implemented with hydrogel-elastomer hybrids and tomographic imaging methods

Kyungseo Park, Jung Kim, MinJin Yang, Junhwi Cho, Hyunwoo Yuk & Hyosang Lee
Human skin perceives physical stimuli applied to the body and mitigates the risk of physical interaction through its soft and resilient mechanical properties. Social robots would benefit from whole-body robotic skin (or tactile sensors) resembling human skin in realizing a safe, intuitive, and contact-rich interaction with humans. However, existing soft tactile sensors show several drawbacks (complex structure, poor scalability, and fragility), which limit their application in whole-body robotic skin. Here, we introduce biomimetic robotic skin...
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