The spider-shaped robotic arms designed so that you can interact with the new robotics that are coming.
Technology can also be an extension of our own body, and at least this is what this Japanese company believes, which has created a kind of robotic arm in the shape of a spider designed so that human beings can better interact with machines.
The Japanese company called Jizai Arms has designed this spider-like robotic limb system consisting of six arms that can be controlled by the user, as if it were an extension of their own body.
These robotic arms can be attached, detached, and even completely replaced to accommodate any type of job so they can interact with robots Or with artificial intelligence.
“Half a century since the cyborg concept was introduced, Jizai bodies (digital cyborgs), enabled by the spread of wearable robotics, are the focus of much research in recent times.”, states the company.
“Jizai Arms is a supernumerary robotic limb system consisting of a portable base unit with six terminals and robotic arms detachable that can be controlled by the user. The system was designed to enable social interaction between multiple users, such as an arm swap, and to explore possible interactions between digital cyborgs in a cyborg society.”, they add.
Possible uses for this technology
The main objective of this invention is to ensure that humans can interact with robots and the artificial intelligencein a way that feels natural and comfortable.
These robotic prostheses are highly flexible, allowing them to perform a wide variety of tasks, from warehouse work to hospital operating rooms.
The user can easily control these arms allowing him to operate the limbs with his own movement.
But where this invention could have a greater impact is in improving the quality of life of people with disabilities, and that is that this technology has the potential to transform the flexibility and ease of movement of people with disabilities.