OpenBionics GitHub Repository (Repository containing all files required for the replication of our hands).
OpenBionics Hackaday.io Page
OpenBionics YouTube Channel
OpenBionics Facebook Page
Other interesting links
The following links present a series of interesting open-source projects, communities and initiatives:
Yale Open Hand Project (Customizable, 3D-printed, adaptive robotic hand – Grab Lab, Yale University).
Open Robot Hardware (Open-Source mechanical and electrical hardware for robotic systems).
Natural Machine Motion Initiative (NMMI) (A place to meet, discuss and share ideas of Soft Robotics, to understand and build robots that move like you).
HandCorpus (An open access repository for sharing and retrieving human and robot hand data.)
PneuFlex Actuators (Pneumatically actuated, compliant robotic hands – TU Berlin).
SoftRoboticsToolkit (Harvard University and Trinity College Dublin).
Takktile (Inexpensive, sensitive tactile sensors based on MEMS barometers – Harvard University).
September 23, 2015 | 3D Print (www.3dprint.com) article:
OpenBionics Affordable Bionic Hand is Selected as a Hackaday Prize Semifinalist
September 20, 2015| Hackaday (hackaday.com) article:
Hackaday Prize Semfinalist: OpenBionics Affordable Prosthetic Hands
April 9, 2015 | RoboHub (robohub.org) article:
OpenBionics prosthetic hands: Open source, affordable, lightweight, anthropomorphic
March 18, 2015 | 3D Print (www.3dprint.com) article:
OpenBionics’ Open Source Robotic Prosthetic Hand can Execute 144 Different Grasps & Costs Under $200
March 18, 2015 | 3ders (www.3ders.org) article:
Greek OpenBionics unveils affordable, light-weight 3D printed bionic hands with 144 grasp movements