Design Of Brain Operated Robotic Arm For Amputee Patients
Nikhar Dholwani, Dr Vandita T Shahu, Chandan Yadav, Prashik Meshram, Vijay Sonekar, Darshan Dhoke, Harshal Kahate
3D printer, robot arm, operation, human..
In this paper, a model of a robotic arm is designed and manufactured using a 3D printer, which is to be operated via human gesture by using the Brain Sense. This arm is proposed to help in the medical field, in military operations, in hazardous conditions, and in industries to maximize human safety. The robot arm is designed such that, it has 5 degrees of freedom controlled by human brain. The module will replicate the movement of the user’s hand to extend, retract, and rotate accordingly to accurately position as required for the application. The user’s finger action is used to manipulate the working of the gripper. Therefore, gesture control in a broad sense is a computerized interface that allows to record and interpret those gestures into commands to adhere to actions.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 1583 - 1588
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