Meltin MMI is a cyborg-technology company that focuses on biosensors and robotic arms. Meltin has successfully enabled fine finger movements, such as for amputees and participated in Cybathlon 2016 and won theMicrosoft Innovation Award.
Bio-signals: the electrical signals passed through nerves in the human bodies that allow us to move our limbs and allow our brains to receive information from our senses. We need to be able to receive and process these bio-signals in order to make cyborgs move, but existing technologies simply weren’t accurate enough to process the diverse movements of the human body. The unique bio-signal processing algorithm that MELTIN has produced, however, allows for highly-accurate real-time analyses of these movements. As well as being able to accurately distinguish between an open hand and a closed fist, it can also process “scissoring” motions with the fingers, as well as bending and extending the thumb and bending the wrist. In total it can process 12 types of complex movements as needed.
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