Problem: kinematic schemes of existing prostheses cannot take flat objects from a flat surface. For example: coins, bank cards and more. Why is that? The fingers of the prosthesis consist of two links, but human fingers have three phalanges. That's not fair, is it? I conducted a scientific research and based on it created a new kinematics. Thanks to it, the fingers adjust to the object of manipulation. Kinematics has three moving links. Now artificial fingers can take flat objects. Hurray!

Meet Chopin! He's one of my favorite composers. I'm playing "fantasy impromptu". Actually the speed should be a bit fast ^_^

Today I want to tell you about my favorite hobby. I'm a pianist. I studied piano for 12 years. My mom wanted me to study at the conservatory and become a musician. Now it's my hobby, but not my job. Listen to how I play this jazz. It's amazing!

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Hello everyone! A little about me:

I have a master's degree from Bauman Moscow State Technical University. I develop a bioelectric prosthetic hand. Now I work on kinematics and ergonomics of fingers. Last year I did a scientific research on this topic. It's interesting, but difficult. I like helping people. Rehabilitation is important.
What do you think?

Warning: I just start learning English, do not pay attention to my mistakes, please)


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