PSYONIC Open Source Bionic Hand

Here is a bionic hand that can make life a lot easier for amputees. The PSYONIC prosthetic hand has fingers that individually flex and extend. The thumb also rotates. The hand is controlled through muscle signals and uses machine learning algorithms to detect and learn different hand gestures.

This bionic hand has pressure sensors for touch feedback. It has 6 degrees of freedom, 11.1V battery, and a Myoelectric control board.

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