Openshaw' artificial hand, c 1919, designed by Thomas Openshaw, a surgeon at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton, during World War I    © Science Museum / Science & Sociey

Openshaw' artificial hand, c 1919, designed by Thomas Openshaw, a surgeon at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton, during World War I © Science Museum / Science & Sociey

Engineers from Germany's Saarland University have taken a unique approach with their prototype artificial hand. It moves its fingers via shape-memory nickel-titanium alloy wires, bundled together ...

Engineers from Germany's Saarland University have taken a unique approach with their prototype artificial hand. It moves its fingers via shape-memory nickel-titanium alloy wires, bundled together ...

BIOMETRIC HAND

BIOMETRIC HAND

Electromechanical biomimetic prosthetic hand by University of Washington Dept of Computer Science & Engineering. Current prototype controlled by glove interface.

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Artificial Hands Holding Flowers Wedding Bouquets

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Early amputation was regarded as a life saving procedure and prosthetics were very popular in the nineteenth century in the presence of frequent post-operative infection complicating injuries.

Early amputation was regarded as a life saving procedure and prosthetics were very popular in the nineteenth century in the presence of frequent post-operative infection complicating injuries.

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