Wednesday, 27 June 2007

Japanese firm unveils artificial hand with 'air muscles'

View another update on the artificial human invention.

A Japanese robot maker on Tuesday unveiled what it called the world's first prototype of an artificial hand with "air muscles" that can do even delicate work like picking up a raw egg.
Squse, a Kyoto-based robot and factory automation manufacturer, said it has developed a 400-gramme (14 ounce) hand with five human-sized fingers with artificial fibres that can be controlled by air pressure....

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Pic: Japanese firm unveils artificial hand with 'air muscles', AFP photo

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