USD 300 myoelectric hand is controlled electronically by nerves

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We have already seen 3D printing used by the E-nable community to create affordable prosthetic hands across the world. Now, Japanese company Exiii are taking the technology even further, creating an accessible, smart bionic arm called Handiii, which, when paired with a smartphone, enables user’s to control its movements with their nerves and muscles.

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