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!
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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I am a biotechnical engineer who develops bioelectric prosthetic hands for people with disabilities. I also play the piano and compose piano music :)
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