Development of bionic hand with improved reliability and degree of freedom
Prosthetics have advanced drastically over the past decade. Companies from all over the world, from small start-up companies to one of the largest companies in the field of intelligent prosthetic, have raced each other in making the most advanced but affordable bionic limbs. In the previous work, the design of the prosthetic hand has done by a third party with no specifications of kinematics modelling and three-dimensional design. The extraction of data and conversion of signal into movement of the hand is done by one of the alumni, which turn out to be a success. However this thesis focuses mainly on creating a fitting kinematics model, both forward and inverse, so that the author can manufacture an affordable bionic hand. The product will be 3D-printed and will have an additional joint as an improvement from the previous model. The data processing will be done by a small computer called Raspberry Pi and the program used will come from another colleague who is working on an Artificial Intelligence based data taking and conversion.
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