Prosthetic Arm Can Move with Thoughts and Sense Touch – DocWire News

A biomedical engineering team from the University of Utah has developed a prosthetic arm that can be moved with one’s thoughts and provides the sensation of touch. This team, led by associate professor Gregory Clark, has created a way for this “LUKE Arm” to model the way a human hand feels objects by sending the proper signals to the brain. These researchers’ findings were recently published in Science Robotics, with co-authors including doctoral student Jacob George and former doctoral student David Kluger.

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