If SmartInversion was not enough to sensitize you then Festo brings us another marvel of its ingenuity by taking the human-robot interaction level to another height.
The latest from the German company is ExoHand which is an exoskeleton meant to increase the power of human hand by developing a connection between the wearer and the robot.
By scanning the hand of the wearer and then printing a custom-fit glove of polyamide plastic, the exoskeletal glove lets you feel what it feels, the factor that enhances the chances to manipulate the ExoHand more strongly and effectively.
Fingers inside it can easily move and you can amplify the force depending on the task you are about to perform. It can be very helpful in the industrial works where labor has to perform lots of certain tasks which demand strength. As well as, it can be useful in “manual orthosis”.