MIT’s system uses a pair of soft robotic grippers with high-resolution tactile sensors to manipulate freely moving cables. | Photo Credit: MIT CSAIL.
For humans, it can be challenging to manipulate thin flexible objects like ropes, wires, or cables. But if these problems are hard for humans, they are nearly impossible for robots.
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