3D printing allows the fabrication of lightweight and customised prostheses for adults and children in low volumes in a cost-effective way
Providing safe interaction with humans and environment and enabling grasping wide variety of objects through adaptability to the shape of objects
Synergy of fingers for grasping is encoded in the structure providing multi-articulation with simple control interface using two EMG electrodes
Enabled through not having any actuator inside the hand, with single water-proof actuator inside the arm, and a wireless battery chargering system
Our team at the Human Robotic Lab of The University of Melbourne focus on developing light-weight and compliant bionic hands for adults and children through state-of-the-art techniques in soft robotics and 3D printing.Visit Human Robotics Lab
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