Robo-Glove & NASA Technology Licensing Opportunities

Researchers at the NASA Johnson Space Center in collaboration with General Motors have designed and developed Robo-Glove, a wearable human grasp assist device, to help reduce the grasping force needed to operate tools for an extended time or for repetitive motion tasks. This wearable device allows the user to tightly grip tools and other items for longer periods of time without experiencing muscle discomfort or strain. The Robo-Glove also has potential applications in prosthetic devices, rehabilitation aids, and people with impaired or limited arm and hand muscle strength.

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+4 1. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Best way to get a grip on it..O:)
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+3 2. gremlinbyname commented 5 years ago

Flashlight Mk II
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+4 3. Klemm commented 5 years ago

Hmm.. for highly repetetive motion you say... i could think of a use for one :P
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+2 4. YoArgentino commented 5 years ago

Lift a car with that glove! Just like the six million dollar man did.