NeoMano is a wearable, soft robotic hand that enables and empowers people with hand paralysis to perform daily activities.
It fits over the thumb, index, and middle finger while leaving the other fingers and part of the hand uncovered. With the use of NeoMano, people with hand paralysis have the ability to move their fingers in order to perform daily activities like hold and drink a cup of water, brush their teeth, or turn a doorknob to open a door. It does this by providing active grasp to maintain grip, followed by passive release.
We love the rapid acceleration in robotic technology enabling devices like this that can help users regain more independence.
The NeoMano starts at £460 on Indigogo.