Deformed/damaged hand models

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nathanstenzel
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Deformed/damaged hand models

Postby nathanstenzel » Mon Mar 02, 2015 4:08 pm

It may be useful to make a library of models of deformed/damaged hands that we could design hands against. I have been using OpenSCAD to design copies of STL files where I copy the design by putting both the original and designing around it. We could do the same thing with the model of the deformed hand. If we have a few models per hand to capture the full range of motion, that would be best. Any chance of collecting such a library to design against? It would be most useful for the design of prosthetics for partial digits.

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laird
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Re: Deformed/damaged hand models

Postby laird » Tue Mar 03, 2015 6:33 pm

That would be very useful. Do we have any scans of hands that we have permission to share with the group?
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droomurray
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Re: Deformed/damaged hand models

Postby droomurray » Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:47 pm

I am getting a scanner this week and will be aiming to get scans of recipients and permission to share them.
Will keep you posted on progress.

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Vladimir
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Re: Deformed/damaged hand models

Postby Vladimir » Sun May 24, 2015 10:00 pm

I can share the scan of the recepient's arm cast I have.

Here is the original high resolution scan (~300k poly) and a cut, reduced poly scan (~50k)
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... sp=sharing


This is the arm http://imgur.com/a/5ENvd
And this was the cast that was scanned http://i.imgur.com/brRN48h.jpg

Hope it helps

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andreas
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Re: Deformed/damaged hand models

Postby andreas » Sun May 31, 2015 11:22 pm

Excellent initiative! Here is my contribution, a scan of a plaster cast captured using the Occipital sensor on an iPad. The cast is of the right arm of a 13 year old male recipient that I work with. When taken, we were using a 115% Raptor Reloaded.

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Does anybody have scans of transradial or transhumeral limbs? I'm working on sockets now and would like to have a printed scan to test with.


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