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Review Article

A Review of Printable Flexible and Stretchable Tactile Sensors

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Rapid prototyping methods, their advantages, and the applications of recently developed tactile sensors. “Flexing ‘Glove’” [217], reproduced with permission. Copyright PLOS, 2012. “Interface Device” [217], reproduced with permission. Copyright PLOS, 2012. “Soft Artificial Skin” [218], reproduced with permission. Copyright IEEE, 2012. “Skin mounted Robot control” [219], reproduced with permission. Copyright John Wiley and Sons, 2014. “Touch Sensor” [220], reproduced with permission. Copyright American Chemical Society, 2015. “Wearable Sensor” [39], reproduced with permission. Copyright John Wiley and Sons, 2015. “Plantar Pressure Map” [109], reproduced with permission. Copyright John Wiley and Sons, 2017. “Soft robotics” [40], reproduced with permission. Copyright John Wiley and Sons, 2018. “Gesture Recognition” [105], reproduced with permission. Copyright Royal Society of Chemistry, 2016.