I came across this today!
Word of advice. It’s hunting season. Do not go outside until January.
Those are spectacular!
Lol that guy cracked me up.
I’ll need to build some of those. I’m 6"4 already so just imagine if I add stilts.
I need 10 of these. Yes I realize I only have 2 hands but… I NEED TEN! awesome find.
“It has a delicate pinky mode.”
“And, when you’re wearing them you can pretty much just be a creeper.”
The amount of time and brain power that went in to those…OMGosh! Think if that but his talents into something…umm…else. - Rich
Not quite that size, but here’s something I’m just finishing up:
That is hilarious. I love it.
Its extra hilarious because I thought the video was going to be a hand getting cut by a giant laser. Why I clicked on it when I definitely did not want to see that, I do not know. But giant laser cut hands are hysterical.
That is awesome!!!
These are great! I’m gonna try it! But I think I will 3D print the fingers for a more round humanoid hand. Maybe a robot for next Halloween!
Reminds me of the movie Edward ScissorHands. Now I want to watch the movie again once I unpack my dvd’s.
I love the hands, but those thumbs… oy… why does every one of those have such horrendously curved thumbs?! Maybe it’s it’s just me; I’m double jointed on many of my fingers and even my thumbs.
The thumb in Jeremy’s OP does seem longer than necessary, but I can speak to the eNABLE devices – since the devices’ thumbs can only pivot on one axis, they must to be attached at a visually-odd angle to come anywhere close to an opposable grip (compared to the pinch grip used by Boston-type devices). The OP’s design was also interesting in that it used 3 phalanges, not 2.
The more I read about it, the more I’m convinced I have bizarro hands.
My thumb’s metacarpal has a large range of movement - compared to my finger metacarpals - to the point that it functions more like a proximal phalanx. In fact, I regularly crack my knuckles, and this includes the thumb’s carpal / metacarpal joint. So to me in that sense it feels as if I have three phalanges on my thumb… not 2.
Biology is bizarre.
There are folks with triphalangeal thumbs, but they usually evidence a reduced (non-opposable) range of motion.