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We're excited to unveil our latest advancement in assistive technology: a prosthetic wrist equipped with a servo-operated motor, designed specifically to aid users in pouring water and similar tasks. This innovative prosthetic wrist is a leap forward in providing practical assistance for everyday activities, enhancing independence and ease for individuals with upper limb differences.

The heart of this prosthetic wrist lies in its precision-engineered servo motor, which enables controlled rotation and movement of the wrist, mimicking the natural action required to pour water from a container. This motorized articulation ensures smooth and stable motion, allowing users to accurately and effortlessly control the pouring process.

Control of the prosthetic wrist is achieved through an intuitive joystick interface, connected to an Arduino microcontroller. This setup allows users to finely adjust the wrist's position and movement, offering a level of precision and customization that makes daily tasks more accessible. The joystick is designed to be user-friendly, accommodating various levels of mobility and dexterity, ensuring that a wide range of users can operate the device effectively.

Power for the prosthetic wrist is supplied by a compact, rechargeable battery, making the entire system portable and convenient for all-day use. This battery-operated design ensures that users can rely on their prosthetic wrist throughout the day without worrying about staying near power outlets or managing cumbersome cords.

Our commitment to accessibility and innovation is further demonstrated by the use of Arduino in the prosthetic's design. The open-source nature of Arduino technology allows for extensive customization and adaptability of the prosthetic wrist, ensuring that it can be tailored to meet the specific needs and preferences of its users. Additionally, the choice of Arduino facilitates ongoing improvements and updates to the device, keeping it at the forefront of assistive technology.

This prosthetic wrist represents not just a technological achievement, but a step toward greater autonomy for individuals facing challenges with upper limb mobility. By focusing on the practical task of pouring, a seemingly simple activity that many of us take for granted, we aim to restore a sense of independence and confidence in our users, enabling them to perform everyday tasks with ease and efficiency.

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