3D Scanning to Determine Sensor Placement

Have you ever wondered why you have to hunt for each myosite one at a time with little confidence that you placed your sensor correctly?

Well then we have good news for you!

We created a 3D scanning technique that uses statistics to determine which locations provide signals most relevant for controlling each distinct motion.

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Hunting for a myosite with an EMG electrode can yield false positives due to electrical cross talk from other muscles and false negatives that overlook locations because of bad electrical continuity or proximity to other sensors. These sensor placement issues can cause insurers to deny coverage and amputees to think that using a prosthetic just isn't worth the hassle. In short placing sensors correctly is the key to success, so let us help remove some of the guesswork

Socket CAD Generated Using 3D Scan Data