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.

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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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