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German scientists develop advanced prosthetic hand

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Nov 18, 2014

Scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology are developing a prosthetic hand with six small motors controlled through nerve impulses in the residual limb. Users can produce 12 different hand movements. Future goals for the hand are to develop the ability for more complex movements and give the hand a sense of touch. Deutsche Welle (Germany) (11/15)


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