Desarrollo Código Abierto de Prótesis de Miembro Superior de Bajo Costo y su Sistema de Entrenamiento
(Development of a Low-cost Upper-limb Myoelectrical Prosthestis and its Open Source Training System)
Aden Díaz Nocera (email@example.com), Diego A. Beltramone (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina
Publication Date: Feb. 2013
Volume: 11, Issue: 1
Bioelectrical signals are used more frequently in
order to provide an alternative way to command devices, such as
myoelectrical signals or electroencephalic signals ‑the last ones
used in Brain-Computer Interface applications-. The goal of this
paper is using myoelectrical signals to command a robotic upperlimb
prosthesis developed as well.
The only requirement to be able to use the prosthesis would be
to have a voluntary and accurate muscle control. In that way, a
training system for prosthesis' future users has been developed in
order to train their muscle control.
Myoelectric prosthesis, myoelectrical signal, training system, upper-limb
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