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Kiyoshi Itao

-chip micro infor- mation network terminal integrating a traditional telephone, computer and personal information terminal. The Ž rst step toward this ultimate picture is the adaptation of current technology into a device weighing several hundred grams. The second step Micromechatronics for wearable

Eniko Enikov and Kalin Lazarov

scheme, allowing for quick adaptation to various part geometries and conŽ gurations. This need has been recognized by private industry and government agencies, which has led to con- siderable progress in the development of visually servoed robotic systems. Since the ¤ To whom correspondenceshould be

Yantao Shen, Wen Li, Booheon Song, Craig Pomeroy and Ning Xi

–522 (1995). 32. N. Hogan, Multivariable mechanics of the neuromuscular system, in: IEEE 8th Annual Conference of Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society , New York, NY, pp. 594–598 (1986). 33. T. Milner, Human operator adaptation to machine instability, in: Advances in Robotics, Mechatronics and Haptic

Sami Sjövall, Quan Zhou, Petteri Korhonen and Jukka Laitinen

stack, a double bender and a microfabricated SU-8 tip bonded together. Both double benders are glued on the stack at a 20 ◦ angle via adaptation pieces. When the gripper is installed horizontally, the tip has a 20 ◦ angle to the surface of the working platform. The piezoelectric actuators are controlled