- Volume 47 Issue 4
Surface Roughness Discrimination with Whisker Tactile Sensors Modeling Rodent Whiskers
쥐 수염을 모델로 하는 수염 촉각 센서의 물체 표면 거칠기 구별에 관한 연구
- Received : 2009.12.10
- Accepted : 2010.07.01
- Published : 2010.07.25
Rodents can recognize objects by using their whiskers. Not only rodents but also mammals use their whiskers to recognize objects. However, rodents can discriminate surface roughness in micrometer resolution throughout their whisker sensing. Rats can distinguish an target object's shape, roughness and surface pattern by moving their whisker back and forth freely. Mechanoreceptors surrounding the whisker in their follicle measure deflection and vibration of the whisker. In this paper, we designed biomimetic whiskers modeling rodent whiskers and showed the characteristic properties to extract the information of surface roughness.
Supported by : 한국학술진흥재단
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