This video is produced for the course Fundamentals of Technology, Communication Culture and Technology program, Georgetown University. In this video, Michael McLoughlin, the Chief Engineer of the Revolutionizing Prosthetics program of Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, de-black-boxed the main technology of the most advanced prosthetic arm with neural feedback, and talked about its significance, concerns and the future of this technology, which turned to be a great conversation with our other interviewees, including a prosthetic designer, an IMES (implanted myoelectric senser) prosthetic arm tester and a DEKA arm tester.
De-black-boxing the Revolutionizing Prosthetic Arms – Interview of Michael McLoughlin
Cost and Gain of Neural Feedback – Interview of Chad Dize
Witness the Revolution of Prostheses –Interview of James Sides
The Real Need – Interview of Angel Giuffria