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Our first reaction to this was to think just how wildly unnecessary \"e-skins\" are, but then we saw that slide up there and started to see the (electronic) light. Philips appears to have struck upon its own version of Kent Displays' electronic skins, which requires no backlighting, operating by refl

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The folks at the University of Tokyo have been trying to create more touchy, feely robots for what seems like ages, and they now look to have made some real progress with their so-called \"e-skin,\" which promises to give robots a more human-like sense of touch. To do that, the researchers created a b

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