NeoMano Wearable Hand Robot for Spinal Cord Injury Patients

Meet the NeoMano: a wearable hand robot that makes life easier for people dealing with a spinal cord injury. It allows users to grab things, pick them up, open doors, and do everything in between. An electronic motor is used for actuation.

NeoMano makes hand movement more efficient and dynamic. You can expect to find this on Kickstarter in 2018.

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