Robots are already being used to give amputees and disabled people mobility and independence. The NeoMano glove is a robotic wearable device that allows users to pick up a water bottle, open doors, work a knife, feed pets, hold a smartphone, and do everything in between.
This motor-based glove supports active grasp and passive release. It comes with a convenient Bluetooth enabled controller. The glove fits over the thumb, index, and middle finger while leaving the other parts of the hand uncovered.
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