Research Article: Non-contact visual control of personalized hand prostheses/exoskeletons by tracking using augmented reality glasses

Date Published: February 24, 2020

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

Author(s): Simon Hazubski, Harald Hoppe, Andreas Otte.


A new concept for robust non-invasive optical activation of motorized hand prostheses by simple and non-contact commands is presented. In addition, a novel approach for aiding hand amputees is shown, outlining significant progress in thinking worth testing. In this, personalized 3D-printed artificial flexible hands are combined with commercially available motorized exoskeletons, as they are used e.g. in tetraplegics.

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