The Wearable, soft, robotic glove
Robotic Grasp Assist
Neomano is a wearable, soft robotic hand created by Neofect that enables and empowers people with hand paralysis to perform daily activities. It fits over the thumb, index, and middle finger while leaving the other fingers and part of the hand uncovered.
Full & Half gripcustomizable grip shape with fixable splice
Support up to 20N of grip power with Anti-slip material
Easy to use
Easy control with bluetooth remote control
Easily replaced when broken or contaminated
Who can use Neomano
The Neomano is helpful for people with movement in their wrist and arm but little to no strength in their hands.
Neomano helps boost confidence by providing more independence. Robotic grasp assist supplements hand skills necessary for daily living.
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Neofect User Satisfactory Survey
Source: Sample of spinal cord injury survivors who use low-tech assistive devices for reduced grasp
Desire to purchase
Satisfaction with NeoMano compared to conventional assistive device
- [The NeoMano] is more comfortable than a standard velcro cuff. -Tester A (69, Male)
- I didn’t think I would be able to lift heavy things again! - Tester B (44, Male)
- It’s lighter than I expected. I can see myself writing with this using a thick pen. - Tester C (50s, Male)
Neomano is made from flexible material that comfortably fits over the thumb, index and middle finger.
In the Press
Recognition and Awards
This will enable him to hold onto things and let go without using that voluntary contraction that has become weak. That’s really an aid to his disability.
- Kenneth Noto, OTR/L
I am able to hold a shopping bag with certainty and walk around my house (I use a cane to ambulate, so being able to hold things and walk with stability is a major plus)
Spartycus (peripheral nerve injury)
My hopes with the glove is that my patient, Rachel, is going to eventually gain more dexterity and be able to pick things up with ease. With this NeoMano device, she’s able to do more detailed stuff with her hands.
Ulisses Jara-Manual, OTR/L
I stopped using my left hand because I didn’t want to drop something. Now I’m going to use it more because I know that I’ll be able to cinch [the NeoMano] down and know that if my hand falls, I’m still holding it.
Mark Tannenbaum (ALS)