i-LIMB digits prosthetic fingers

i-LIMB digits prosthetic fingers

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Caption: i-LIMB digits prosthetic fingers. This range of bionic fingers, designed for those who have lost fingers, was developed by the Scottish company Touch Bionics and launched in 2009. It uses the same technology as the i-LIMB range, with articulating fingers that are independently powered. The fingers are operated through electrodes connected to the user's remaining hand muscles, a technique known as myoelectric control.

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