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2021 IEEE 17th International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE)
The process of fitting a prosthetic hand that is a comfortable, functional, easy to use, has an acceptable appearance and overall improves the amputees' quality of life is a complex, tedious and costly process. The very high price tag due to the time spent on manually fitting the device by a trained specialist makes these devices inaccessible to large portions of the population. We present a concept and preliminary results for a fully automated fitting and manufacturing pipeline for adoi:10.1109/case49439.2021.9551456 fatcat:honjpnhiybgobjofbfyxeloh44