Feb 10, 2017

3D printed soft robotic hand controlled by brain signals offers ‘better interaction with the environment’

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Soft robotics researchers at the University of Wollogong (UOW) in Australia have used 3D printing to build a realistic robotic hand that can be controlled by brain signals and which has a surface texture similar to human skin.

Dr Rahim Mutlu (left), Professor Gursel Alici, and their 3D printed hand collection

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