Prosthetic hands research

Is Animal Research Worth It For Robotic Prosthetic Hands (VIDEO)3.mp4
The Huffington Post's Cara Santa Maria, who produces a Vlog (video blog) on science called Talk Nerdy to Me, has just posted the latest: "Is Animal Research ...
A soft touch for robot and prosthetic hands
Professor Aaron Dollar whose research focuses on biorobotics in the GRAB Lab at Yale University, spoke about his work on engineering greater efficiency and d...
Michelangelo Prosthetic Hand - Advanced Arm Dynamics
A new electric hand with multiple grasp patterns---that's big news! Check out the Michelangelo Hand from Otto Bock in this video featuring test patient Army ...
Amputee Feels in Real-Time with Bionic Hand
Dennis Aabo Sørensen is the first amputee in the world to feel sensory rich information -- in real-time -- with a prosthetic hand wired to nerves in his uppe...
Researchers Walk Out First Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Leg
The leg works by redirecting nerves headed to the damaged muscle, to the hamstrings, and a nearby sensor that reads what the nerves are communicate.
AmputeeOT: My Legoleg - amputee prosthetic leg made with Lego bricks (legos)
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Researchers develop touch-sensitive prosthetic limbs
Originally published on October 16, 2013 Researchers at the University of Chicago announced new findings that could help restoring the sensation of touch for...
Amputee feels in real time with bionic hand
How to restore the touch sense in an amputee patient so that he feels what he is doing, not just supervising a prosthesis? : - Thanks to the bionic hand, a c...
Researchers develop touch-sensitive prosthetic limbs
Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's animated news graphics at http://newsdirect.nma.com.tw/Reuters.aspx Researchers at the University of Chicago announ...
The smart skin that could give prosthetic hands a sense of touch - and is sensitive enough to let
The smart skin that could give prosthetic hands a sense of touch - and is sensitive enough to let its wearer distinguish between a wet and dry diaper A 'supe...