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EMG_data_ Embroidered Electrodes for Control of Affordable Myoelectric Prostheses.zip (11.96 MB)

Data files for Embroidered Electrodes for Control of Affordable Myoelectric Prostheses

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posted on 2021-09-13, 18:33 authored by Samuel Pitou, Fan Wu, Riaan Stopforth, University of KwaZulu-Natal
This study reports an investigation into the use of embroidered electrodes for recording surface EMG data from amputees, and the feasibility of using that data as a discrete control interface for a prosthesis through classification of muscle patterns. During data recording, participants are asked to visualise performing one of four gestures with their ghost limb (corresponding to the desired movement of a prosthetic hand) while surface EMG data is collected using the textile-based system. The four classes of gesture are those most commonly used in human hand motion: fist contraction, index finger extension, wrist extension, wrist flexion. Total data size 54.3MB To make downloading quicker and easier the files are accessible as a single zipped folder (11.9MB)

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EPSRC Institutional Sponsorship award, Grant Reference No. EP/P510804/1

History

Temporal coverage

08/02/2017-27/02/2017

Data collection from date

2017-02-08

Data collection to date

2017-02-27

Collection method

Electromyography data measurements with gel and textile electrodes

Language

English

Copyright owner

Samuel Pitou, King's College London; Fan Wu, King's College London; Riaan Stopforth, University of KwaZulu-Natal

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