Martinez-Luna_2019-FunctionalMeasuresofDexterousFingertipProsthesis-Abstract.pdf (23.16 kB)
Functional Measures of Dexterous Fingertip Prosthesis
conference contributionposted on 2020-08-11, 21:02 authored by Carlos Martinez-Luna, Todd Farrell, Todd Roberts, Carlton King, Thane Hunt, Brianna Rozell, Liberating Technologies, Inc.Liberating Technologies, Inc.
Pointdexter, a dexterous fingertip terminal device, was designed to optimally combine the functions of prosthetic hands and hooks in a single upper-limb terminal device. Pointdexter adds an additional, selectable, dexterous grasp option focused on manipulating small objects. The current design is a two-tonged add-on to existing multi-articulating hands. The pointer finger on the hand is replaced with dexterous tonged end-effector in the fingertip and is driven with standard control signals.
Abstract for Functional Measures of Dexterous Fingertip Prosthesis. Submitted to and accepted for the 17th (2019) International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO) World Congress.
Pointdexter: A Prosthetic Fingertip Terminal Device
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human DevelopmentFind out more...