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Exoskeleton glove for people with limited hand function and poor grip strength


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Robotic exoskeleton offers artificial grip strength for those living with disabilities.

Slim, robotic, grip assisting exoskeleton glove is suitable for those with limited grip strength.

Uses a sensor system without needing to press any buttons or covering pressure sensors.

For those with disability to regain their independence on daily activities such as eating using cutlery.

Improves quality of life, self-image and reduces need for assistance in those with spinal cord injury.

Product designed by Tendo based in Lund, Sweden.

A life changer for spinal cord injury patients, and potential for bionic human enhancement in future

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An innovative design company bringing robotic solutions to people living with disabilities