Keith vonderhuevel holding his granddaughter.
Keith Vonderhuevel can feel the same intensity of pressure on his prosthetic hand as with his intact hand, allowing him to hold his granddaughter without fear of hurting her.

Engineering’s Dustin Tyler leads research to restore sense of touch to amputees

Artificial hand helps amputees feel just how hard to squeeze

Associated Press: Dustin Tyler, professor of biomedical engineering, discussed the research he’s leading to give amputees the sense of touch, including a range of intensity. “Our stimulation is as sensitive as your real hand,” he said.