Monday, November 21, 2011

A robot control the movements of a human arm

A human that moves the arm or hand of a robot remotely, it's deja vu. But conversely, a robot that moves the arm and hand of a man without one is taken, we must admit that it is very strong.

Well I tell you that the authors of this experiment are futuristic French. The Laboratory of Computer Science, Robotics and Microelectronics of Montpellier ( LIRMM ) and the CNRS have managed to move a human limb by giving electrical impulses in the forearms and biceps.

This is an important step in the development of human-computer interaction and opens up incredible. Presumably such a robot that would move a paralyzed person.

In the experiment below, the humanoid robot (a Fujitsu HOAP-3) moves the arm of the guinea pig on top of a small basketball hoop before him to open the hand to drop the ball.


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