Dextrous Anthropomorphic Robotic Typing Hand (DART)

Researchers from Virginia Tech have developed the dexterous anthropomorphic robotic typing hand (DART), which works much like a human hand. The DART is capable of typing on a computer keyboard at speeds of 20 words per minute, mimicking the movements of a human hand. The robotic hand is also able to recognize errors in its typing and press the delete key when needed. As the technology continues to develop, the DART has potential for use in assisting the elderly or disabled to perform daily tasks.

(Source: Phys. Org)

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