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.

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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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