Shadow Hand

Authors

  • Dhruv Sharma Dronacharya College Of Engineering, Gurgaon
  • Kirti Tokas Dronacharya College Of Engineering, Gurgaon
  • Aviral Puri Dronacharya College Of Engineering, Gurgaon
  • Krishna Sharda Dronacharya College Of Engineering, Gurgaon

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53555/nnas.v1i1.692

Keywords:

Actuation, Degree Of Freedom, Embedded, EtherCat, Pneumatics, Tactile Sensors, Trajectory

Abstract

The shadow hand is an advanced humanoid hand that uses hand movements and trajectory tracking to control the motion of shadow hand. The shadow hand will be integrated with 40 Air Muscles or 20 DC motors with the help of which it will move. The muscles will be in accordance allowing the hand to be used around soft or fragile objects. The hand will be shaped with touch sensors on finger tips to offer high sensitivity. This shadow hand robot has its various applications in household work, telepresence operations, bomb disarmament, military and medical purposes. Through this shadow hand bot we would also be able the problems faced by handicapped people.

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Shadow Dexterous Hand Technical Specification, “Shadow robot company”

Adapting Human Motion for the Control of a Humanoid Robot, “Nancy S. Pollard, Jessica K. Hodgins, Marcia J. Riley, Christopher G. Atkeson”

Published

2014-01-31

How to Cite

Sharma, D., Tokas, K., Puri, A., & Sharda, K. (2014). Shadow Hand. Journal of Advance Research in Applied Science, 1(1), 04–07. https://doi.org/10.53555/nnas.v1i1.692