Development of artificial hand gripper by using microcontroller

Mohd Ali, A. M. and M. Wahi, A. J. and Ambar, R. and Abdul Jamil, M. M. (2011) Development of artificial hand gripper by using microcontroller. International Journal of Integrated Engineering, 3 (2). pp. 47-54.

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This paper focuses on the development of a measurement hand gripper to help handicap patient due to accident and diseases. Basically, when the patient needed to perform exercises they must get an appointment with a doctor. Normally this will take few weeks or months. This is because the rehabilitation devices at Physiotherapy Department in hospital are very limited. From this problem, we suggest to develop a reasonably cheap home-based rehabilitation measurement devices which can perform the task of assisting paralyze patient at home. The basic movement of the patient was limited from a wrist, elbow and shoulder. The development of this project involves the designing of a sensors equipped Smart Glove and a measurement hand gripper device. The hand gripper device will move based on a human operator’s finger movement using the Smart Glove. The purpose of our project is to design and develop a master-slave system robotic hand which can be a substitution for the paralyzed hand in therapy to aid in recovery process of patients upper limb function. The project involves an Arduino microcontroller for the instrumentation, communication and controlling applications. A series of flex sensors are fitted in a master glove to get readings from the movement of human fingers. Microcontroller will further use this information to control multiple servos that controls the movement of slave robotic hand.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Artificial hand gripper; flex sensor; rehabilitation and medical robotics.
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Depositing User: Mr. Abdul Rahim Mat Radzuan
Date Deposited: 30 Oct 2022 08:03
Last Modified: 30 Oct 2022 08:03

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