Our friend Carlos made the Flexible Robot Gripper shown above. It’s based on the one made by a team at Cornell University, the University of Chicago and iRobot demonstrated in the video below. I wonder if this is the future of robot grippers? I worked in a company where the robot we were working with had the typical grippers and when programming them there was no room for error since a mm of error meant that the object was dropped. You can see the materials that Carlos used below, I am thinking that most of the build cost is tied up in the balloon.
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