Advanced actuators serve to give you tension, and positional feedback to enable sensing and intelligent actuation.
Inspired by NASA's Robonaut 2, the hand has enough degrees of freedom to perform complex gripping and manipulation.
Connections to Emotiv Epoch+ enable control via neural interfaces and gestures.
Advanced 3D printing technology is used to make a robust and lightweight skeleton and shell (1.3 kg).
An open source library for the Robot Operating System opens the door to writing advanced robotics programs.
A full Gazebo model is ready so you can simulate programs for Dexi without having access to the physical hardware.
Everything you need to started programming your robot hand
Robot Operating System (ROS) packages and library make it easy to get started.
No hardware needed. Write code and simulate it in Gazebo. The same code will work on the physical robot hand.
Get started with example programs the make it easy to perform grasping, gestures and brain control.