Italian researchers develop lighter, cheaper robotic hand

Italian researchers on Thursday unveiled a new robotic hand they say allows users to grip objects more naturally and featuring a design that will lower the price significantly. The Hennes robotic hand has a simpler mechanical design compared with other such myoelectric prosthetics, characterized by sensors that react to electrical signals from the brain to the muscles, said researcher Lorenzo De Michieli. He helped develop the hand in a lab backed by the Italian Institute of Technology...

Italian researchers develop lighter, cheaper robotic hand

Italian researchers have developed a new robotic hand they say allows users to grip objects with more precision and featuring a design that will lower the price significantly.

Thu 10 May 18 from Phys.org

Italian Researchers Develop Lighter, Cheaper Robotic Hand, Thu 10 May 18 from Voice of America

Lighter, cheaper robotic hand grabs more like the real deal - CNET

A man testing the Hannes prosthetic has been able to use it to drive, operate carpentry tools, hold playing cards and grasp cash from an ATM.

Thu 10 May 18 from CNET

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