“Robot manipulation is the next shoe to drop,” says Robert Platt, computer science professor and head of the Helping Hands robotics lab at Northeastern. “Imagine a robot that can do things with it’s hands in the real world—anything from defusing a bomb to doing your laundry. This has been a dream in the research community.
Crime, terrorism prevention, environmental monitoring, reusable electronics, medical diagnostics and food safety, are just a few of the areas where a new chemical sensor could revolutionise progress.
NUS scientists have developed an energy efficient ultra-thin LED for next generation communication technologies.
If the precision is your priority, you should consider the thermistor as temperature sensor. The Thermistors are available in two types, NTC and PTC.