Tatiana Ushakova, the 4th year SUAI student, has developed an exo-glove - an anthropometric model of a wrist grip booster. The body of the exo-glove is printed on a 3D printer and is made of high-strength plastic. It is heat resistant and has high durability. The glove protects against cuts and scratches and strengthens the wrist grip with the help of its engines.
The device is controlled in two ways: tactile — by pressing buttons or touch panels, as well as through pulse-reading gel electrodes, - says Tatiana
According to the original idea, the exo-glove was intended to facilitate the rehabilitation of people, but now the developers see it as an assistant for workers of industrial and manufacturing enterprises — it is assumed that it will help when handling warehouse cargo or other dimensional objects.