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Figure 8.20 PFHE Interface mounted on the L-EXOS exoskeleton. (Illustration: PERCRO Lab, with
Figure 8.21 Rutgers Master II ND. (Illustration: Rutgers University, CAIP Center, with permission) Exoskeletons for the hand
The interaction provided by the point detection force feedback interfaces is limited
to the fingertips and does not allow for the simulation of contacts at the level of the
different phalanxes. For example, it is impossible to simulate a grip using the palm of
the hand. This requires using exoskeletons or external skeletons that are robots with
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