Michael Friedrich Russold

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The acquisition of myoelectric signals from the Musculus deltoideus of a rhesus monkey is described. Such signals are aimed to be used as control signal for an active myoelectric hand prosthesis. For recording, implantable flexible, polyimide-based multi-site microelectrodes were placed epimysially on the muscle. EMG signals were recorded during voluntary(More)
This paper presents the results of 108 responses to a survey asking users of electrical upper limb prostheses about sensory feedback. The survey aimed to identify whether sensory feedback was of interest to users, which kinds of information were important and what feedback modality would be suited for transfer of information. Moreover the situations in(More)
OBJECTIVE The ease of use and number of degrees of freedom of current myoelectric hand prostheses is limited by the information content and reliability of the surface electromyography (sEMG) signals used to control them. For example, cross-talk limits the capacity to pick up signals from small or deep muscles, such as the forearm muscles for distal arm(More)
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