AIzuHand: Adaptive Real-time Non-​invasive Neuromorphic Neuroprosthesis Hand


Restoring grasping and movement for people with amputations and neurological impairment is imperative for retrieving independence. Prosthetic limbs, which are becoming widespread therapeutic solutions can significantly restore grasping and improve the quality of life of people with amputations or neurological disabilities. However, unlike living agents that combine different sensory inputs to perform a complex task accurately, most prostheses use uni-sensory input, offer limited degrees of freedom and need long patient training.
We investigate adaptive prosthetic limbs to restore grasping and sensation for persons with amputation and neurological impairments. In particular, we develop non-invasive technologies directly interfacing the environment with the residual arm or legs.