ESPER HAND is the next level bionic prosthetic hand that uses Machine Learning (ML) approach to recognize situations, help to choose grips, and provide stable, convenient, intuitive control individually for each user. It is the first hand prosthesis that learns user, and day by day becomes individual tool, like a part of a body.
ESPER HAND Prototype Spring`19
Weight : 410 g. Speed open-close : 0,8 s. Size : will be 4 sizes Materials : aluminum, steel, polyurethane
The opportunity of intuitive control by recognizing activity and generating suitable grips for each situation
The unique construction of fingers provides protection of crashes and demages.
The automatic movable thumb can be positioned inward or outward, thus enabling a wide number of different grips
Faster training and adjusting of the prosthesis for each user. For the first time, not only a user will learn prosthesis, but also prosthesis will learn user.
The simply app allows to create own grips or pick up from proposed depend on needs and activities at the moment
The design fits plugs of existing vendors; installment can be done without experienced personnel.
Choose the right grip
Precision open to pick up small objects when the thumb is in opposition
Key grip to carry thin, flat objects
Pinch grip to pick up and maneuver a wide range of small objects, including car keys, coins, lids, and pens
Open Palm for carrying a tray or a plate
Power Grip to hold round or cylindrical objects more easily and securely
Tripod grip to pick up, hold and manipulate a variety of everyday objects such as car keys, coins, jar lids, and pens
Modular design: each ESPER HAND assembles from five sizes of phalanges, five sizes of palms, 4types of actuators in different combinations.
Сombinations can anatomically replicate a shape of a hand (from a female teenage hand to a male basketball player hand).
Each component is available in the top-performance version and the basic version. Therefore due to combinations of different components, ESPER HAND has a flexible price and can be a few times more affordable than a closest certified competitor.
Easy to repair
By replacement of a component in 10-15 minutes at home or prosthetic clinic. It fits users that are far from developed prosthetic infrastructure.
The test of the ESPER HAND by an amputee-volunteer