Developments in prosthetic technologies promise a hopeful future for the arm amputee. BeBionic, which can be given as an example of these technological developments, removes the barriers for an amputee.
RSLSteeper from Great Britain has been striving to perfect the product since the day it introduced BeBionic in Leipzig, Germany in 2010. The company, which strives to increase the efficiency of the product by achieving very successful results, has developed the third version of the product.
Bionic hand prosthesis technology that can perform independent finger movements by imitating real hand movements; BeBionic hand…
Unlike existing myoelectrical controlled prostheses, this hand system, which can move fingers independently, can turn around the wrist and make wrist bending movement, can hold small volume sensitive things. Besides, BeBionic, which has a strong grip ability, can grip enough to crush beverage cans when needed.
Bionic hand, called BeBionic, developed in England with advanced engineering studies, sets a new standard of living for prosthetic users with upper extremity limb loss. BeBionic hand, which is a bionic engineering product, shows that the prosthesis user can do with his prosthesis many jobs that he can do with a solid hand.