Prosthetic Socket Mounted Sensors To Recognize Military Relevant Tasks
University of Washington
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The objective of this study is to define the amount and pattern of movement between the residual limb and the prosthetic socket during military relevant tasks and to leverage the information on limb/socket motion to develop algorithms lo identify these tasks for a controller used to adjust volume in an adaptable prosthetic socket.
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