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Three-Fingered Robotic Hand is Faster Than Your Five Fingers

by Range
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I knew it would only be a matter of time before robots would start taking over, and here’s more evidence that the days of human dominance are numbered. Check out the amazing things that this high-speed robotic hand can do. It can grasp a rice grain with a tweezer, catch a spinning cell phone, dribble, tie a knot, and other complex high-speed tasks.

robot hand video high speed ishikawa oku japan robotics

The video from Tokyo’s Ishikawa Oku laboratory explains all of the science and technology behind this incredible robot hand. It uses a hand with only three fingers to perform its feats. This coupled with high-speed sensors allow it to perform stuff that were previously hard for robots to do. I like how it can actually throw a ball onto a target. With that dexterity and accuracy, I’m sure we’ll soon have robot soldiers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGgcGF1WAD0

It makes you wonder what else this project will create, once it comes to fruition.

[via Kottke]

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