Friday, 19 April 2013

Touch Bionics introduces app-controlled prosthetic hand

Whichever marketing genius came up with the Apple catchphrase, "There's an app for that," has a lot to answer for – or brag about. It's heard so often these days that it’s become a cliché. Touch Bionic’s i-limb ultra revolution robotic artificial hand gives yet another reason to repeat the phrase. It’s linked to a smartphone app, which allows for greater control of the hand, including the ability to program it for the wearer’s personal needs... Continue ReadingTouch Bionics introduces app-controlled prosthetic hand

Section: Medical

Tags: Apps, Bionic, Bluetooth, Hand, Prosthesis, Prosthetics, Robotic

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