Robotic Sixth Finger: Wearable Limb

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Here is an interesting wearable device designed to compensate hand function in post-stroke patients. The Robotic Sixth Finger is a wearable extra limb that lets you do more things with one hand. Whether it is opening a bottle or grabbing things, this robot can help. The below video shows how this wearable device works:

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