Browsing MEC Symposium Conference Proceedings by Author "Schulz, Stefan"

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  • Reischl, Markus; Mikut, Raif; Pylatiuk, Christian; Schulz, Stefan (Myoelectric Symposium, 2002)
    The loss of an arm means drastic reduction of live quality for affected people. To compensate the lost live quality myoelectric hand prostheses have been developed, that can be controlled by muscle contractions in the ...
  • Schulz, Stefan; Pylatiuk, Christian; Kargov, Artem; Werner, Tino; Gaiser, Immanuel; Reischl, Markus; Oberle, Reinhold (Myoelectric Symposium, 2008)
    The third generation of the fluidic hand currently is in the process of clinical trial. The new hand combines functionality and cosmesis. It has the natural shape of a human hand and multiple new functions. The grasping ...
  • Schulz, Stefan (Myoelectric Symposium, 2011)
    In this article a new prosthesis-technology will be presented. The System allows the design of single powered finger for partial hand prostheses and one of the world's smallest and lightest multifunctional hand system with ...
  • Pylatiuk, Christian; Kargov, Artem; Oberle, Reinhold; Klosek, Heinrich; Schulz, Stefan (Myoelectric Symposium, 2005)
    The need for further development of prosthetic hands with enhanced functionalities and better cosmetic appearance than conventional prosthetic hands became evident in many investigations of this topic [1-3]. Consequently, ...
  • Schulz, Stefan; Eichelbaum, Daniel; Valencia, Ricardo; Stach, Boris (Myoelectric Symposium, 2011)
    The article gives an overview of various sensors options for partial hand prosthesis as a alternative to EMG sensors. The article analysed two kinds of Flexbend-Sensors and the Touch-Pad in combination with a electronic ...
  • Pylatiuk, Christian; Schulz, Stefan (Myoelectric Symposium, 2005)
    in the last decades, a multitude of surveys were carried out to investigate broadly different fields associated with prosthesis acceptance, reasons for non-use or user preferences for artificial hand improvements [1-9]. ...