Engineering’s Dustin Tyler develops bionic hand with more accurate “sense of touch”

Bionic hand gives amputees a sense of touch and allows one man to finally cuddle his granddaughter and a 52-year-old to brush his teeth

Daily Mail: A bionic hand developed by Dustin Tyler, the Kent H. Smith II Professor of Biomedical Engineering, uses pressure sensors to communicate with amputees’ nervous systems, allowing them to hold their grandchildren and perform routine tasks.