Prosthetics can adapt to user’s lifestyle
A modular prosthetic arm, invented at UNO Biomechanics, is body-powered, lightweight and made to accommodate a smorgasbord of task-specific end-effector attachments. The end-effectors are specially engineered to perform specific, challenging tasks such as playing a stringed instrument, swimming, riding a bike, and participating in team sports like basketball and baseball.
The end-effectors can be easily removed and replaced as needed so active users can easily move from one task to the next.
Contact Tyler Scherr, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-559-2140 to discuss partnering and licensing opportunities.