New prosthetic hands provide fingerprint evidence of radical improvements in the sector
This article was originally published in Clinica
Prosthetic hands remain limited in function, can be heavy and make little or no attempt at looking like the real thing. Now US researchers are working on a prosthesis that looks and feels so real that a cover cosmetic glove is not necessary. It even comes with fingerprints. Karen Riley reports.
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