With all that can be said about prosthetic hands, particularly inasmuch as surfing the overpriced under-functional segment, one still cannot… more
I measured weights, center of gravity and thus lever arm length, and from these, I obtained torque estimates for my… more
Durability of iLimb gloves – given the overall iLimb’s failure to really assist with hard grips [link] – is a… more
Any self respecting medical doctor, orthopedic surgeon, prosthetist, and “bionic” researcher will ask you – in a concerned professional way… more
The iLimb Ultra Revolution is a great product in that one wishes it to succeed and to prevail. And in… more
It appears that people are hyped up about the “bionic” hands. And, true, they hold an immense promise. So obviously… more
Regardless of the thumb default setting, this brand new hand is completely unreliable regarding thumb rotation. For an 80’000 CHF item,… more
Trying to apply an i-Limb ultra revolution to bake an apple cake.
Seeing as if I am now an owner of an i-Limb ultra revolution, why not post about it. After realizing… more
It has been alleged that typing is best done using a “bionic” prosthesis using an “extended finger”. So I repost… more
[Artikel auf Deutsch] While the feedback one gets through support / user circles concerning the iLimb hand is alleged to… more
[Article in English] Waehrend man in Support-Kreisen von Betroffenen eher nicht so viel gutes ueber die iLimb-Hand zu hoeren bekommt,… more
May 5th is a great day. Not only does Otto Bock appear to start pulling out of the body powered… more
[Find all articles about the Otto Bock Michelangelo hand] We wonder why these very cool looking and beautifully designed “bionic”… more
A look at an arbitrarily selected choice of prosthetic hands from close up. How realistic do they look?
Current new developments in hand prosthetics are the iLimb (TouchBionics) and the Michelangelo hand (Otto Bock). Both are termed bionic… more