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A state-of-the-art robotic hand with underactuation

We developed a robotic hand with six controlled degrees of freedom and 16 joints. Joints are coupled through springs that provide intrinsic compliance and adaptation of the position of the fingers to the grasped object. This device has the potential to be developed further to provide robots with sophisticated manipulation skills.

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DIST, UNIVERSITY OF GENOA
VIALE CAUSA, 13
16145 GENOA
Italy
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