MyoArm – Now available from GI

General Interfaces is proud to be able to offer the MyoArm: Based on building blocks initially developed by the Roboy and Myorobotics research projects, the MyoArm is an anthropomimetic, tendon-driven 5 DOF robotic arm for research. Driven by 12 to 13 MyoMuscles the arm provides a great research platform for neurally inspired control.

myoarm overview

Being fully open source in both hard- and software it can be controlled and extended freely. The software is based on ROS and the ros_control framework, while the hardware uses the modular MyoRobotics toolkit, allowing reconfiguration as required.

Full specification can be found in the attached pdf: MyoArm-Flyer

The MyoArm prototype configuration already played an essential role in research

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