Tactile shear sensing using anisotropically conductive polymer

Chen, L.H.; Jin, S.; Tiefel, T.H.
May 1993
Applied Physics Letters;5/10/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 19, p2440
Academic Journal
Presents a technique for tactile shear sensing based on a z-direction anisotropically conductive polymer. Detection of the positional of the polymer; Ability to accommodate contact-pad height variation and high-resolution sensing; Usefulness for computer-related products and robotic skins applications.


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