21/12/2017 · Cybernetic hand prosthesis
Development of a CYBERnetic HAND prosthesis - …
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Smart Hand was a highly innovative, interdisciplinary project, combining forefront research from material sciences, bio- and information technologies with cognitive neuroscience to solve a major societal problem, namely; the development of an artificial h and displaying all the basic features of a real human hand.
The successful realisation of this highly visionary project has required crossing the boundaries of distinct scientific fields, merging forefront expertise of the consortium combines and use of state-of-the-art research results from relevant fields, to improve quality of life for disabilities by improving mobility and diminishing phantom pains associated with amputees. The Smart Hand prosthesis could have major impacts on rehabilitation of amputates.