Smart prosthetic hand
P. Priyadharshana, A. Mouni, T. Karthiga, S. Kiruba colin queen
Arduino UNO, nRF24L01, robotic hand, servo motor, flex sensor.
This paper presents an artificial hand. A system which can mimic the movements of human hand controlled by a human operand which is remote to the robotic hand. Minimum loss and latency of data while transmission. The artificial hand gripper system requires sensors for a smooth and accurate movement. The initial objective is to analyse and develop artificial arm with a strength limit proportional to the weight. Then by the attachment of a wireless system on the prosthetic gripper via nRF24L01 transceiver and receiver. Microcontroller will further use this information to control multiple servo that act as a mechanical hand inside the prosthetic gripper. The Smart prosthetic hand has simple construction and low cost of materials. The main application of this project is for the Military purpose for bomb squad. The use of parallel works can also be accessed with ease. The system will be cheap, user friendly, and an innovative affordable solution for those in need.
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Unique Paper ID: 151042

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 11

Page(s): 434 - 436
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