Pakistani entrepreneurs who made bionic arm for physically-challenged people are now asking for your help!
Muhammad Umer Lodhi and his friend Muhammad Umer Tariq are working on their startup software company 'Enigma Soft'.
Have you ever imagined a life without an arm? It’s very difficult. Suppose someone offers you a complete solution and blesses you with a natural working arm – well, that’s what Umer did!
Muhammad Umer Lodhi and his friend Muhammad Umer Tariq are working on their startup software company ‘Enigma Soft’. They have extensive research on BCI (Brain-Computer Interfaces). They developed a brain-controlled bionic arm that is capable of sensing brain signals by using active electrodes placed non-invasively on the subject’s head.
As the accuracy of non-invasive brain-computer interfaces is very low. To improve that, they have improved the accuracy of non-invasive brain-computer interfaces by applying Image processing, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Networking.
So by using this system, no internal surgery is required for placing the electrodes invasively inside the brain. This system can be easily installed on a person who has no arm from the shoulder’s joint.
This bionic arm is created for the worst-case scenarios. It has nine joint movements (shoulder, bicep, elbow, wrist and five individual fingers).
The young entrepreneurs aim to help Pakistanis with any physical disability have another chance at life. They want to help them to live with respect, honor and play their part in the development of this country rather than depending on others.
Technologies used in this project:
Enigma Soft used Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Brain-Computer Interfaces, Image Processing, Networking, Mechatronics, Android Application, Hardware Development, and Circuit Programming to actualize this project.
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The young entrepreneurs are now looking for your help to get their voices heard! They want you and the government of Pakistan to join hands with them and make Pakistan a safe place for physically-challenged and specially-abled people.
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