Category: Osteoporosis

Shortcut

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Shortcut is a prototype wristband for amputees to use to operate a computer mouse. It swipes, clicks and zooms via a sensor on the wearable technology. Shortcut is designed to make prosthetic hands more facile when working with digital technology, taking simple hand gestures that most amputees can still trigger through a phenomenon called phantom hand and mapping them onto the most basic computer commands–moving the cursor, left and right clicking, and scrolling.

Technical Specifications: 

Power:

  • Myo armband
    • electromyographic (EMG) sensors
    • gyroscope
    • accelerometer
    • magnetometer
  • Optical sensor
  • Central Processing Unit

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as of: 
03/20/2018
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Shortcut

Made By:

David Kaltenbach, Lucas Rex, and Maximilian Mahal
David Kaltenbach, Lucas Rex, and Maximilian Mahal David Kaltenbach, Lucas Rex and Maximilian Mahal invented the prototype Shortcut, a wearable that allows the user to swipe, click, and zoom.