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Raspberry Pi 3B, 3D-printed PLA, Flexible filament, Silicone, Fishing line, L298N H-Bridge, Stepper motor, Batteries

BDEA-E2016 Featured Prosthetics Robotics Student project Wearable
 

The Rogue Hand is a robotic replacement of the human hand. The hand was created in order to explore the externalisation of bodily control, and is therefore not controlled by the wearer.
Furthermore we sought to investigate the way digital elements affect the experiences and aesthetics of art.

The Rogue Hand is a robotics/wearables project developed over five weeks. The Rogue Hand is a 3D-printed robotic hand that resembles and mimics the function of a human hand, with five fingers and a limited freedom of movement.
The Rogue Hand is based on the severe illness alien hand syndrome, where a person is not in control of their hand. The Rogue Hand is therefore not controlled by the wearer but by Twitter users with the hashtag #roguehand. Whenever the hashtag is tweeted the hand either closes or opens.
Controlling the hand is a Raspberry Pi 3B and Nema 17 stepper motor moving fishing line to open and close the 3D-printed hand.


Participants:

Bachelor Student:  Emil Brogaard
Bachelor Student:  Peter Zander Havgaard
Bachelor Student:  Liam Alex Sonto Poulsen

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Participants:

Bachelor Student:  Emil Brogaard
Bachelor Student:  Peter Zander Havgaard
Bachelor Student:  Liam Alex Sonto Poulsen

Legal

© The Participants
contents on this page is published under the following license


Timeline:


The Rogue Hand 2016


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BDEA Exam Essay Emil Liam Zander 2016