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Human Capital, Makers Industry, Industrial Design

Exoskelet Arm – University of Rotterdam

Exoskeleton arm that can move via brain controlled impulses could help victims of paralysis get more autonomy in their day to day lives
Dennis Houterman and his team will be showcasing an exoskeleton arm that can move via brain controlled impulses could help victims of paralysis get more autonomy in their day to day lives, and open up the possibility of moving other parts of the body with an exoskeleton in the future. In this project, Technical Computer Science students have shown that it is possible to build such an exoskeleton arm on a minimal budget, using a 3D-printed mechanical structure and off-the-shelf electronic components.