The BrainRobotics prosthetic hand helps amputees do more than they ever thought possible.
If you can imagine it, the BrainRobotics prosthetic hand can do it.
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“I could flex inside the prosthetic, and it would change from a finger point to a two-finger pinch, and then from a pinch to a fist,” Duval said. “I could control a computer mouse and work a keyboard for the first time in a long time. I haven’t played a computer game in six years.”
The BrainRobotics prosthetic hand is suitable for new or existing myoelectric users with transradial level absence and at least two viable muscle sites.
The user will have access to pattern recognition with just two sites and be able to access their chosen gestures in a much more intuitive way than ever before.
The BrainRobotics prosthetic hand will abstract the electromyographic (EMG) signal in the users’ forearm, recognizing their intended movement and transfer the intention into the actual gesture of the prosthetic hand.
No matter how advanced a terminal device might be, there are some critical steps you must ensure happen for you to successfully and consistently be able to use a prosthetic device, such as a myoelectric prosthetic hand.
Our seven golden tips are: