벽을 부술 수도 있는 로보틱 세 번째 팔 VIDEO: Robotic 3rd Arm Will Help You Smash That Wall You Just Boarded If You Get Annoyed


[VIDEO] Robotic 3rd Arm Will Help You Smash That Wall You Just Boarded If You Get Annoyed

June 9, 2020 Shane Hedmond


Long before we ever truly see a robotic uprising in construction, we’ll be using robotics to help augment our natural abilities.  I’ve written several articles about exoskeletons, which promise to allow humans to do more with less stress than ever before, but I recently came across a concept that promises to do a little bit more.


  

벽을 부술 수도 있는 로보틱 세 번째 팔


   슈퍼넘버리어리 3DOF 로보틱 암은 캐나다 퀘벡에 있는 셔브룩 대학의 연구팀이 사용자들에게 제3의 팔로 물건을 잡고 흔들고 들어올리기 위해 만들었다.


약 9파운드(4kg)의 로봇 팔이 배낭처럼 사용자 어깨에 달려 있고, 11파운드(약 5kg)를 들어올릴 수 있을 정도로 튼튼하며, 최대 7.6mph(10.6km/h)까지 스윙속도를 낼 수 있다. 현재 가장 큰 단점은 다른 사람이 원격으로 조작해야 한다는 점이며, 3개를 작동시키기 위해 4개의 암이 필요하다는 것이다.




영상에서 팔에는 드릴이나 롤러 페인트와 같은 도구를 회전하고 잡을 수 있는 다른 부착물이 장착되어 있는 것을 볼 수 있다. 또 다른 부착물은 벽면을 부술 수도 있다. 


아직 갈 길이 멀긴 하지만, 그들이 완전하게 자율적으로 작동될 수 있다면, 제3의 팔이 건설현장에서 유용하게 사용될 것이라고 예상할 수 있을 것이다.


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Ki Chul Hwang, conpaper editor, curator


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The Supernumerary 3DOF Robotic Arm was created by a team of researchers from the Université de Sherbrooke in Quebec, Canada in order to give users a third arm capable of lifting, grabbing, and swinging with some pretty substantial force. 


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The roughly 9 pound robotic arm straps to the users shoulders like a backpack, is strong enough to lift 11 pounds, and can swing up to 7.6 mph.  The biggest drawback currently is that it has to be remotely operated by another human being, requiring 4 arms total to operate 3.


That’s not to say the device can’t be adapted to perform autonomous work in the future, it is, after all, just a proof of concept. 




In the video, you can see the arm is able to be equipped with different attachments, one that can rotate and grab tools like drills and paint rollers and another than can bash a freshly sheet rocked wall to smithereens with a tiny wrecking ball hand. I can’t imagine how much you would need to trust the person operating the third arm, though, there are so many prank possibilities already running through my head.


It’s certainly got a long way to go, but if they can figure it how to make it work autonomously, how could you foresee a third arm being useful on the jobsite?


Supernumerary 3DOF Robotic Arm  KCONTENTS

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