AI Armband Developed to Control Prosthetic Devices

In the past few years, we have covered a bunch of wearable devices that let users control robots and drones with hand gestures. UC Berkley Researches have come up with a new device with wearable biosensors that relies on AI software to recognize gestures a person intends to make based on electrical signal patterns in the forearm. Conductive hydrogel is then applied to each of the 64 electrodes.

The user has to perform each gesture once for machine training. This wearable can be used to control robots and prosthetic arms. Pretty neat, don’t you think?


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