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  • May 31, 2018

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An image of the research created by Kevin Craft
An image of the research created by Kevin Craft

Artificial skin technology mimics touch sensations and reflexes

The artificial synaptic transistor, the brainchild of Tae-Woo Lee , PhD, of Seoul National University, was engineered to recognize and react to sensory inputs. To test the system’s ability to generate reflexes, the researchers hooked it up to an insect leg and applied various increments of pressure to the touch sensor.

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