Electric Hand (Nov, 1949)

Electric Hand is made of a lightweight metal, driven by a tiny motor installed in the wrist. The electric engine operates off a six-volt battery. A button attached to the user’s upper arm allows the motor to be switched on or off merely by pressure against the body. Device was developed by Friesecke & Hoepfner of Erlangenbruck. Germany.

5 comments
  1. Rick Auricchio says: January 12, 200912:12 am

    Doctor Strangelove!

  2. rsterling78 says: January 12, 20092:35 am

    Hello, information? Do you have the number for a Sarah Connor?

  3. John M .Hanna says: January 12, 20098:49 pm

    I hope Cyberdyne Industries don’t find this thing.

  4. Torgo says: January 12, 200910:35 pm

    Is this related to that electric leg from Germany that you posted a few months ago?

  5. gpTau says: January 15, 20092:23 pm

    Bonjour,
    thanks to share your treasures!

    an other kind of electric hand, a beautiful and éfficient model from an automata maker:
    http://dugnorth.com/blo…
    (have a look on the website of Jacques Monestier, to see the hand “working”, its quite amazing!!)

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