a Prosthetic Hand That Can Feel
Added to the Museum of Data by Yujiao Tang on Monday, October 19, 2020. Museum of Data Collection ID: 578.
Public description: To make a prosthetic hand that can feel it have been developed at the Functional Neutral Interface Lab at Case Western Reserve University. To implanted electrodes people's right forearm and make the connection with with 3 nerve at 20 locations would stimulate different fiber produces realistic sensations. This development can make the people who has a prosthetic hand not only can do the task but also can make people to do more detailed action well. This sensory feedback form haptic system would improve control and confidence, allowing greater use of the prosthesis for all small tasks of daily life.
Materials used: electrode cuffs, wires to external computer, haptic system
Credit: Dustin J. Tyler the owner of the article, J. Robert Anderson and Michael Keith doing it.
Creation date: 2016/04/28 19:00:00
External link: GMThttps://spectrum.ieee.org/biomedical/bionics/creating-a-prosthetic-hand-that-can-feel
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