A PORTABLE PROPORTIONAL CONTROL PROSTHESIS WITH HIGH-RESOLUTION DATA LOGGING
This paper describes a portable, prosthetic control system that uses a modified Kalman filter to provide 6 degree-of-freedom, real-time, proportional control. We describe (a) how the system trains motor decoding algorithms and controls an advanced bionic arm, and (b) the system’s ability to record an unprecedented and comprehensive dataset of EMG, hand positions and force sensor values. This technology enables at-home dexterous bionic arm use, and provides a high-temporal resolution record of daily use—essential information to determine clinical relevance and advance future research.
How to Cite
M. Brinton, E. Barcikowski, T. Davis, M. Paskett, J. George, and G. Clark, “A PORTABLE PROPORTIONAL CONTROL PROSTHESIS WITH HIGH-RESOLUTION DATA LOGGING”, MEC20 Symposium, Jul. 2020.
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