Robotic Glove For Patients with Limited Mobility

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Robots and smart wearables are going to make life a lot easier for folks with limited mobility. We have already covered many bionic arms and prosthetics here in the past. Engineers at Harvard have developed a soft robotic glove that allows patients with limited mobility to grab and pick up objects. These gloves weigh 10 ounces and come with a waist pack holding the battery, sensors, and other parts. This type of technology has the potential to make life easier for many folks. You can find out more about it here.

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