Advancements in Myoelectric Hand Prosthetics: Integrating Smart Features for Improved Functionality
Madhura Hande Deshmukh, Sakshi Ingole, Sakshi Tapkir, Sagar Wadhai
Bionic hand, Prosthesis, Amputees, Robotic hand
These days the population is growing exponentially, which directly corresponds to an increase in the demand for jobs and technology. This demand may not be fulfilled; which can cause increase the risk of accidents or lack of medical facilities, as poverty remains an important issue in such scenarios. Our goal is to help individuals with physical challenges, especially those impacting their hands, at lower costs. Prosthetics are important in today's technology; thus, we aim to bridge the gap between current research and future potential. Currently, many prostheses resemble real hands and perform nearly half the functions of natural hands. The latest models are controlled by mental or nerve signals. However, the cost is often too high for individuals with average incomes. This project aims to develop a low-cost hand prototype using 3D printing and muscle signals for movement control.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 760 - 763
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