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New Dexterity Wearable, Soft Exoskeleton Gloves / Open-Source, Wearable, Soft Exoskeleton Gloves

Robotic hand exoskeletons have become a popular and efficient technological solution for assisting people that suffer from hand impairment and enhance the capabilities of healthy individuals. The New Dexterity research group focuses on the development of lightweight, affordable, wearable, soft exoskeleton gloves. These gloves are designed so as to considerably improve the grasping capabilities of their users, allowing for quick replication and effortless maintenance. All the designs, the bill of materials, the code, and the schematics that are required for the replication of the exoskeleton gloves are distributed in an open-source manner.

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The University of Auckland

The University of Auckland
Auckland, New Zealand

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The University of Auckland

The University of Auckland
Auckland, New Zealand