Browsing MEC Symposium Conference Proceedings by Subject "prosthetic arm"

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  • Limehouse, J.W. "Bill" (Myoelectric Symposium, 2005)
    This talk will discuss the assessment and prosthetic problems associated with fitting an individual with a mid level Trans Humeral amputation
  • Farnsworth, Troy; Limehouse, Bill; Hanson, Bill; Mandacina, Steve (Myoelectric Symposium, 2002)
    Microprocessor-based controllers for upper-limb powered prostheses have made significant advances over the past few years. These devices allow prosthetists to evaluate the patient and set-up prosthetic controls to optimize ...
  • Jones, Ben; Kyberd, Peter (Myoelectric Symposium, 2005)
    Successful control of multi-degree of freedom upper limb prostheses generally uses some form of sequential instruction. This is because simultaneous control of multiple inputs requires a considerable concentration to be ...
  • Prigge, Patrick (Myoelectric Symposium, 2005)
    An electrically powered joint can be of considerable support for many unilateral or bilateral above elbow amputees in every day activities. The DynamicArm (Photo 1) represents the next evolutionary step, a milestone in ...
  • Russell, Donald L. (Myoelectric Symposium, 2002)
    Detailed design of a prototype prosthetic limb based on biomimetic principles has been completed. This paper will update the progress that has been made toward the creation of a new, high-performance limb. The limb uses ...
  • Plettenberg, Dick H. (Myoelectric Symposium, 2005)
    A new type prosthetic prehensor for children aged 4 – 9 has been designed, constructed and build in an attempt to improve the appearance of the split-hook prosthesis. The new prehensor is a mechanically operated voluntary ...