2009
DOI: 10.1109/icaict.2009.5372557
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Sefa Geylani, Nurettin Senyer, Recai Oktas

Abstract: Advances in bioengineering have led to increasingly sophisticated prosthetic devices for amputees and paralyzed individuals. In this work, a virtual human hand (VHH) is designed for prosthesis use and described in details. EMG-driven VHH is to be made of open source code, low cost, modular and flexible in structure. The custom-made nature of VHH allows us to refine and develop it further to mimic human hand in a greater degree. Commercial prostheses manufacturers readily use EMG-based virtual hand simulator t…

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