An intuitive AI-powered hand that allows the user to make unlimited gestures and grips.
Features of BrainRobotics Dexus Prosthetic System include:
- Fingers that able to separately operate;
- 10 freely movable joints;
- Thumb with active adduction, abduction, flexion and extension functionalities;
Unlike other prosthetic hands that came before it, this one employs an algorithm that allows the hand and user to learn from each other and becomes more lifelike with each use. The device also uses eight multichannel electromyography sensors in the wrist, which enable the hand to process muscle signals from the user’s arm, allowing more accurate control over grips and hand motions
Brain Robotics has created a prosthetic hand with a modular mechanical design, allowing users to easily replace broken components without having to purchase an entirely new hand, reducing maintenance costs.
The prosthetic is currently in prototype stage and estimated retail is $10,000-$15,000 USD