While this is an animated LEGO stop motion movie (brickfilm) it shows some relevant aspects for occupational therapy for a prosthetic hook.
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Objectification of amputees appears to be a daily reality. Most of us are prepared to deal with it at all times, but some of us are prepared to deal with that only part time or not prepared at all. There are extremely effective remedies about how to deal with people that objectify you as amputee - but this is a rant and a media link, not a workshop.
Every now and then, there are adequate and to the point presentations that are well done. Jon Kuniholm outlines the current situation of upper extremity prosthetics very well.
The video below seems to show a 6 or 7 electrode hand. By origin (Austria) and appearance this likely is an advanced Otto Bock Michelangelo hand. It is rather noisy as is the iLimb. It appears that before they started to roll out their 2-electrode hand to orthopedic technicians, they already try to get it up to level with multi electrode control and, hopefully, trained grip patterns.
Rather than being very technical about it, valuing hand/arm replacements can take various angles. Here are a number of videos that allow significant supplement to any opinion making process.
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