Robotics Soft-Tissue Injury Study

Video part of the report “Soft-Tissue Injury in Robotics,” by Sami Haddadin, Alin Albu-Schaffer, and Gerd Hirzinger at the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, DLR – German Aerospace Center, Wessling, Germany.

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25 thoughts on “Robotics Soft-Tissue Injury Study

  1. Hooray for all the …
    Hooray for all the heroes of Science! I bet there are lots of failed human trials that were not shown in this video… Hahaha…

  2. Haven’t any of you …
    Haven’t any of you seen the SawStop table saw? This technology is already in commercial production.

  3. “Oh damn, we forgot …
    “Oh damn, we forgot to turn collision detection on, sorry pal!”

  4. Bacon prepared by …
    Bacon prepared by robots is the most precisely delicious bacon.

  5. the ultimate way to …
    the ultimate way to test device is to put you sack of balzz on a plate and then lets see if that knife stops !

  6. definitely thought …
    definitely thought this was something else… weird… just gonna say…

  7. This is more …
    This is more important than it looks. Robotic actuators are pretty powerful and future robots that interact with soft-bodied humans are going to need this kind of programming to prevent harm that’s unintended.
    Imagine robots in some futuristic nursery. They will need to be able interact directly with children without hurting them.

  8. an IR sensor to …
    an IR sensor to differentiate between living and nonliving might make more sense

  9. im guessing that …
    im guessing that there proving robots will over-power us and destroy the world :O

  10. If the collision …
    If the collision detector dont work……you’re die!!! robots

  11. I hear they are …
    I hear they are looking for a new assistent for the cutting test, this time with collision detection.

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