The importance of being seen, heard and understood for neurotechnology end-users (Center for Neurotechnology at University of Washington):
“Today, when realistic-looking prosthetic hands with articulating fingers are becoming more widely available, one of the first things many people notice about John Kemp is that he chooses to use prosthetic metal clamps instead of hands.
“These don’t look functional,” Kemp said, holding up his clamps. “They’re highly functional. I wear these all day. [Read more…] about Neurotechnology pioneers, please design with the end-user in mind