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De Lange, L.F.M. (author)
The life expectancy of humans increases due to better medical care, food quality and personal hygiene. The demand for domestic robots performing (simple) household chores will increase as consequence to this trend. An important task of these robots is recognizing objects within an environment. Object models are constructed using multiple views...
master thesis 2016
De Lange, R. (author)
Underactuated grippers are developed to grasp objects of varying shape and sizes without the need to rely on sensors and feedback systems. This main aspect makes underactuated grippers efficient in their ability to automatically distribute the actuation force to multiple outputs. Besides actuating multiple phalanges by the actuation principle,...
master thesis 2015