Robotic Third Hand for Surgeons Developed

There are already a bunch of robotic surgery systems that can help surgeons perform minimally invasive operations on their patients. Researchers at the Fraunhofer IPA have come up with a robotic system that can hold and reposition instruments without tiring.

This robotic system can be controlled using a smart armband, joystick, or augmented reality glasses. It serves as a robotic third hand for surgeons.

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