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2017 International Conference on Manipulation, Automation and Robotics at Small Scales (MARSS)
Controlling the motion of multiple miniature objects independently and simultaneously is a grand challenge in microrobotics. In this paper, we report our recent achievements in acoustic manipulation that can control the motion of multiple objects simultaneously and independently on a centrally actuated vibrating plate. By employing spatially highly nonlinear excitation fields on the plate, we can control the motion of multiple objects with relaxed properties. The paper reports the modelling ofdoi:10.1109/marss.2017.8001920 fatcat:lq4t7nlgdzanhkmtbwtsog4aie