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    • Low Level Response Of Bock And Steeper Electrodes 

      Wallace, Craig; Williams, T. Walley, III; Taneja, Nathan (1999)
      For many years myoelectric fittings have been limited by the need for signals of at least 2011V when using convenient in-socket myoelectrode-amplifiers. With the introduction of the Bloorview-MacMillan MyoMicro technology, ...
    • New Clinically-Useful Control Strategies Made Possible By The Varigrip II Multi-Device Controller 

      Wallace, Craig; Williams, T. Walley, III (1999)
      The VariGrip II Controller can operate up to three variable speed motors. For inputs it uses two, three, or four variable voltages and one on-off switch. This makes a large number of control strategies available, but not ...
    • UNIQUE DEVICE-SELECTION STRATEGIES FOR POWERED ELBOWS 

      Wallace, Craig (2002)
      In an upper limb prosthetic system Mode Selection gives the user the ability to utilize one or two input signals to control more than one prosthetic device. Mode Selection is defined here as the means by which a user shifts ...
    • VOICE RECOGNITION FOR PROSTHETIC CONTROL CASE STUDY 

      Towers, Kevin; Barnes, Kevin; Wallace, Craig (2005)
      Client - 48-year-old make, height is 5’7” and is 135lbs, shoulder disarticulation patient. Employed as a heavy equipment operator until August 2000. Client sustained traumatic brain injury and subsequent loss of motor control ...