This 14-year-old Invented a Remote-controlled Robotic Hand

The robotic hand is controlled remotely by a glove connected to a small computer. When the glove’s user moves their fingers, sensors in the threads track the motion. This data is then wirelessly transmitted to the robotic hand, which uses tiny motors to mimic the user’s movements. The robotic hand can be used in dangerous situations, such as in search and rescue or emergency missions. It is 3D printed and strong enough to lift more than half a kilogram. Watch to learn more about this remote-controlled robotic hand.