posted on Sep, 11 2005 @ 05:49 PM
Heh, i'm sure Reading University (Which i attend, and conducts similar research) blows this one out of the water. The thing is, for most uses of the
hand, you onlt need the thumb and first two fingers, the other two are almost superflous (howevere they realy help a full grip, eg the microphone
indicated in the article), so i find it intruging that they too are motorised in this model.
Very cleevr stuff indeed. This is one of the areas i am considering working in when i finish my Masters degree...