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Development of a polymeric capacitive 3-D tactile sensor

Author:
Jen-Hsuan Ho  Alex Perez  Wei-Chih Wang  


Journal:
Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering


Issue Date:
2010


Abstract(summary):

In this paper, we present a novel polymeric 3-D tactile sensor. The tactile sensor comprises of a flexible quad capacitor array where three axial forces can be measured from the sensors’ relative areas and gap distances changes using a simple differential equation. To improve the overall performance of the sensor, several high dielectric polymers were developed so that a smaller sensor area (< 1×1cm2) can be achieved. A specially designed LC circuit was also developed to improve the capacitance detection. With the current configuration, the sensor is capable of detecting forces in any arbitrary direction with a sensitivity of 0.1N and a force range up to 45N.


Page:
889-894


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