Grasp Number:13
Grasp Name:Precision Sphere
Type: Precision
Opposition Type: Pad
Thumb Position: Abducted
Virtual Finger 1:3
Virtual Finger 2:9
Virtual Finger 3:1
Similar Grasps:
Prismatic 4 Finger
Precision Disk



References

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Number of References: 6

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Made by Javier Romero (jrgn@kth.se)
M. R. Cutkosky (1989). `On grasp choice, grasp models, and the design of hands for manufacturing tasks'. Robotics and Automation, IEEE Transactions on5(3):269-279.
S. J. Edwards, et al. (2002). Developmental and Functional Hand Grasps. Slack Incorporated, 1 edn.
N. Kamakura, et al. (1980). `Patterns of static prehension in normal hands.'. The American journal of occupational therapy. : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association34(7):437-445.
N. Kamakura, et al. (1980). `Patterns of static prehension in normal hands.'. The American journal of occupational therapy. : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association34(7):437-445.
S. B. Kang & K. Ikeuchi (1991). `A framework for recognizing grasps'. Tech. rep., Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213.
S. B. Kang & K. Ikeuchi (1991). `A framework for recognizing grasps'. Tech. rep., Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213.
I. A. Kapandji (2006). Funktionelle Anatomie der Gelenke. Schematisierte und kommentierte Zeichnungen zur menschlichen Biomechanik. Thieme Georg Verlag.
K. H. Kroemer (1986). `Coupling the hand with the handle: an improved notation of touch, grip, and grasp.'. Human factors28(3):337-339.