Meet the COVVI Hand: a tough bionic hand designed to make life easier for amputees. It has a silicone and high strength polymer exterior and passive flexing fingers and thumb. It also has a built-in flex wrist with a range of +/- 30° for more natural use and reduced strain on the wearer’s shoulder. The COVVI Hand can be recharged via USB-C.
This bionic hand supports powered rotation that can be mapped to muscle movement inputs. It has an e-paper screen that shows important information such as grip pattern and battery life. With the COVVI Go app, users can manage input settings, grip switch triggers and other features.
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