HandMorph Exoskeleton Simulates Grasp of Children for Product Designers

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Here is a passive exoskeleton that simulates grasp of children, allowing researchers to better understand how they interact with objects. HandMorph uses mechanical links to transmit motion from the wear to a smaller hand with 5 anatomically correct fingers.

HandMorph enables product designers to change their grasping range into that of a child. The above video shows how it works.
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