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Fig. 3 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Fig. 3

From: Improving internal model strength and performance of prosthetic hands using augmented feedback

Fig. 3

Hand starting pose. a Starting pose for the training and familiarization, adaptation, and JND blocks. Subjects had to only activate the thumb and fingers flexion to grasp the object carefully without breaking it. b Starting pose for the performance test: fingers and thumb are extended, and the thumb is abducted. Subjects had to adduct the thumb and then close the hand to grasp the object and transfer it from one side of a barrier to the other

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