Solar-powered 'e-skin' may help amputees regain sense of touch - Outlook India

London, Mar 23 Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have developed a solar-powered 'electronic skin' covering for prosthetic hands that may help amputees regain their sense of touch. Researchers from University of Glasgow in the UK have for the ...and more »

Solar-powered synthetic skin could give robots a sense of touch and allow amputees to feel again - Mirror.co.uk

Scientists have developed a new type of robotic skin that can harvest energy from the sun and is more sensitive to touch than a human hand. The synthetic skin is made from "wonder material" graphene, which despite being just a single atom thick, is ...and more »

Scientists use graphene to power 'electronic skin' that can feel - Times LIVE

Ravinder Dahiya of the University of Glasgow's School of Engineering poses with the prosthetic hand developed by his team at Glasgow University, Scotland. Image by: HANDOUT / REUTERS. Scientists have found a way to power an experimental kind of ...and more »

Skin powered by the sun? Energy-saving prosthetic limbs get better feeling - New Straits Times Online

(File pix) A cyclist with a prosthetic leg participating in a tournament. Amputees with prosthetic limbs may soon have much a better sense of touch, temperature and texture, thanks to the energy-saving power of the sun, British researchers said on ...and more »

Solar-powered 'skin' could make fake limbs more real - CNET

Ravinder Dahiya of the University of Glasgow holds his team's hand covered in solar-powered electronic skin. University of Glasgow. Many people try to stay out of the sun. But if a new type of solar-powered electronic skin makes its way onto ...and more »

This New Robot Skin Is More Sensitive Than A Human Hand - Forbes

It's a softer, gentler kind of skin. Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed an electronic, self-powered robotic mitt that's more sensitive to touch than a human hand. Professor Ravinder Dahiya, an electrical engineer at the University ...and more »

'Electronic Skin' with a sense of touch: Researchers opens up the possibility for solar-powered prosthetic limbs - News Nation

Scientists take a big step up the ladder towards the development of prosthetic limbs and robots with a sense of touch. They have found a way to power an experimental kind of electronic skin using solar energy.and more »

This solar powered robot skin has higher sensitivity than human hand - CrazyEngineers

One of the biggest challenge in robotic industry is to develop sensing abilities in robots which are comparable to that of humans. Immense research is already going on round the world in development of synthetic sense receptors. Recently, researchers ...and more »

This Solar-Powered Electronic Skin Is More Sensitive Than Human Skin - I4U News

Prof. Ravinder Dahiya of the University of Glasgow's School of Engineering shows the prosthetic hand covered by highly sensitive solar-powered graphene skin that is developed by his team at Glasgow University, Scotland, Britain. Credit: Bendable ...and more »

Robotic hand covered in 'electric skin' can harvest energy from the sun and feel touch better than a human - Daily Mail

A robotic hand covered in a new kind of 'electric skin' that can harvest the sun's energy and feel touch better than a human has been developed by scientists. The electric skin is made from graphene, an ultra-thin form of carbon that is only an atom ...and more »