Open Hand Project makes Robotic Prosthetics Much More Accessible

Joel Gibbard began the Open Hand Project in March 2013. The Open Hand Project is an open source venture that aims to make a robotic prostetic hand for people able to use it in the developing countries. The fingers can be controlled by using electomyographical signals that are sensed from their own arms by a stick on electrodes. To learn more about the Open Hand Project, read the articlimagee!

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