Quick on the draw - bionic arm set for space debris clean-up

A robot developed by researchers in Switzerland has been 'taught' how to grasp a variety of objects with complex shapes and trajectories in less than five hundredths of a second. Its developers say the research could be used to develop a grappling de

http://www.clintonnews.com/VideoNetwork/3559411516001/Quick-on-the-draw-bionic-arm-set-for-space-debris-clean-up http://cdn.newslook.com/e4/e44a671b70647183cff3a2fa823fa2ec/mp4_low/e44a671b70647183cff3a2fa823fa2ec-mp4_low.mp4 http://www.clintonnews.com/VideoNetwork/3559411516001/Quick-on-the-draw-bionic-arm-set-for-space-debris-clean-up http://cdn.newslook.com/e4/e44a671b70647183cff3a2fa823fa2ec/images/frame_ext.jpg Quick on the draw - bionic arm set for space debris clean-up A robot developed by researchers in Switzerland has been 'taught' how to grasp a variety of objects with complex shapes and trajectories in less than five hundredths of a second. Its developers say the research could be used to develop a grappling de 1 technologyJim Drurynewslookswitzerlandscience 02:28
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