Create your own artificial hand with Arduino

artificial hand

Within the network of networks there are many projects like the one that I want to present to you today that, if they stand out for something, is, without a doubt, much more spectacular than we imagine and, above all, for touching the sensitive vein of hundreds interested in the world of robotics like all of us because ... Who wouldn't want to build a robotic hand that moves from a WiFi glove with their own hands?

This is precisely the experiment that I bring you today and that you can see on video right at the end of this same post. A kind of hand with fingers made from springs that bend when they receive an electrical current. As a controller, nothing less than a glove equipped with certain sensors that detect the movement of each finger individually and, through Arduino, a wireless signal is sent that is responsible for making the hand move.

Surely it is a project that more than one of us would like to recreate since basically the necessary materials consist of an Arduino board, 5 sensors, a glove, connecting the board to a 9v current (they can be batteries), a wireless connection and about 5 10 k resistors. I leave you with him video which is where you will find out how the whole system works.


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  1.   Joel said

    Excuse me could you give me more information about the construction of the robotic hand x fa