A study to capture the experiences and perception of prosthetic leg users — part of a broader project to develop prosthetic sockets that can detect and communicate important sensations to end-users.
This snapshot looks at the work being done by the Neuromechanics and Rehabilitation Technology Group at the Imperial College London in the U.K.
We are entering a period of bionic arm & hand development that is both exciting and potentially confusing. This article is meant to clarify the most recent options for pattern recognition systems.
This research snapshot summarizes the work being done by the Human Movement and Rehabilitation group at the University of Salford in the U.K.
A recent study suggests that the adult human brain is incapable of adjusting its sensory map to match the location of bionic sensors. This may make it more difficult to obtain precise sensory feedback from bionic hands.