Georgia Tech’s Luke Skywalker Hand with Ultrasound

Here is a bionic hand that gives amputees more accurate finger controls. Georgia Tech’s Luke Skywalker Hand relies on machine learning and a special ultrasonic sensor to give users fine motor hand gestures not possible with current commercially available devices.

As EMG sensors are not accurate enough, this approach allows amputees to get things done more independently. They will be able to control each of their fingers individually.

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