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Dmytro Gazda

Esper Bionics

Sep 2018
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There are 5mln hand amputees in the world, but because of price, usability, and problem of control, existing bionic hands cover less than 0,5% of all cases. All existing bionic prosthetic hands just move fingers, are hard to control, have no feedback, are in price niche $30-60k, use same unstable muscle sensors, and focused on developed countries. Esper Bionics is developing a complex solution for hand amputees: the bionic prosthetic hand and two products to control properly all prosthetic hands (existing and ours): – the armband with surface muscular sensors – neural-muscular implant.

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