Adam’s Hand: Fully-Adaptive Bionic Hand

Meet Adam’s Hand: a fully adaptive bionic hand that helps amputees live a more independent life. It uses one motor to move all the fingers, making them adapt to grasped objects’ shape and size. This IP44 rated prosthetic hand is powered by a ThunderCell battery and uses a low power, active EMG electrodes to read your muscular signals.

This bionic hand comes with Bluetooth connectivity and an app for calibration and training your muscles using a virtual model. You can find out more about it here.

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