Brain-computer interface and voice-controlled 3D printed prosthetic hand
Current designs for 3D printed hand prosthetics are only capable of basic hand gestures given their fully mechanical structure. That said, the purpose of this thesis is to give users greater flexibility and control over 3D printed hand prosthetics by modifying and improving existing open-source prosthetics models. This will be accomplished by integrating two control modules with the 3D printed prosthetic hand - (a) a brain-computer interface, and (b) a voice recognition module - which will serve as its two primary modes of control.
C. M. Oppus, J. R. R. Prado, J. C. Escobar, J. A. G. Mariñas and R. S. J. Reyes, "Brain-computer interface and voice-controlled 3D printed prosthetic hand," 2016 IEEE Region 10 Conference (TENCON), Singapore, 2016, pp. 2689-2693, doi: 10.1109/TENCON.2016.7848527.