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Automatic micromanipulating system for biological applications with visual servo control

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Urgent needs in many application fields make research on micromanipulating systems a popular topic. Although many such systems have been presented, few can be used for biological micromanipulations. Developing an automatic micromanipulating system can not only meet the needs of the industrialization and real application, but also facilitate the progress of some theoretical and technological issues. In this paper, a dual-manipulator micromanipulating system with visual servo control, which is specially designed for automatic manipulating biological microscopic objects, is presented. The system configuration and the key techniques related to visual servo control, such as auto-focusing, object-tracking, are introduced as well.


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