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How Is the BrainRobotics Hand Different?

The BrainRobotics prosthetic hand is an advanced control system suitable for unilateral or bilateral amputations with a transradial amputation level or dysmelia forearm fittings. 
 
The BrainRobotics prosthetic hand was developed to assist the user in their activities of daily living and must not be used for unusual activities (e.g. sports that may damage the mechanical wrist, like pushups). The BrainRobotics prosthetic hand needs to be installed by a trained prosthetist to meet the needs of the end-users.
 
System Components:
  • BrainRobotics Hand (terminal device)
  • BrainRobotics Wrist (passive rotation)
  • BrainRobotics Power (battery)
  • BrainRobotics Charge (charger)
  • BrainRobotics Center (control unit)
  • BrainRobotics Electrode (detect EMG signals)
  • BrainRobotics Software (adjustment software)
Prosthetists and users are able to adjust the control modes of the gestures based on the specific user needs and their muscle sites.
 
Complex gestures can be reached through the settings in the adjustment software, which offers the whole hand dexterousness to the user.
 
Wrist pronation and supination (medial/inward rotation and lateral/outward rotation) can be passively performed by the user. 

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Testimonial - Randy Alley

“Our initial feedback is very positive, and this with only the 2-site option being tested,” stated Alley. “I expect even more encouraging results when the 8-channel system with embedded pattern recognition becomes available for us to evaluate.”

Randy Alley

CEO, Chief Prosthetist, and Head of User-Interface Technologies for biodesigns
Inventor of HiFi Interface Technology for O&P, Exoskeletons, Wearables

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Testimonial - Gary Marano

“The function of this hand will outweigh any hand due to its features at an affordable cost to the global market. Many will be able to afford this advanced technology along with improving all lives around the globe. This will have a major impact to the industry.”  

Gary Marano
CPO, LPO
OTF Prosthetics & Orthotics

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Who is the hand for?

The BrainRobotics prosthetic hand is suitable for new or existing myoelectric users with transradial level absence and at least two viable muscle sites.

The BrainRobotics prosthetic hand defines the combination of different digit movements as gestures. Each gesture sets up a movement range for each digit and the movement range has a starting position and an ending position.

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