Cadbury Celebrations #MyFirstRakhi

An initiative to help children feel the touch of Rakhi on their hands for the first time.

A force sensing-based prosthesis developed using the pulsating technique.

"The general prosthetic arms are often bulky and they come with complex anatomical designs due to the heavy electronics used for the prosthesis.

We positioned 4.0 smart manufacturing in our development process and collaborated with experts to create our design in Fusion 360. Using the power of machine learning and the cloud we incorporated the generative design feature into our development process which enabled us to increase the durability of the arm while reducing its weight. We used advanced laser sintering 3D printing and the traditional post-processing method for fabricating the prosthesis. The product can be charged using external power sources and uses frugal innovation techniques for design-engineering of the arm and circuitry, through which we gave the sense of feeling on the prosthetic hands."

-Abhit Kumar, Technology Partner
#MyFirstRakhi Campaign

If you wish to avail this solution please contact
Social Hardware +91 90006 52666, +91-73377 43354, admin@socialhardware.co.uk , sales@socialhardware.co.uk for your own independent use
"The general prosthetic arms are often bulky and they come with complex anatomical designs due to the heavy electronics used for the prosthesis.

We positioned 4.0 smart manufacturing in our development process and collaborated with experts to create our design in Fusion 360. Using the power of machine learning and the cloud we incorporated the generative design feature into our development process which enabled us to increase the durability of the arm while reducing its weight. We used advanced laser sintering 3D printing and the traditional post-processing method for fabricating the prosthesis. The product can be charged using external power sources and uses frugal innovation techniques for design-engineering of the arm and circuitry, through which we gave the sense of feeling on the prosthetic hands."

Abhit Kumar, Technology Partner

#MyFirstRakhi Campaign

If you wish to avail this solution please contact
Social Hardware +91 90006 52666, +91-73377 43354, admin@socialhardware.co.uk , sales@socialhardware.co.uk for your own independent use

Stories of Kids

  • Lavyansh

    Lavyansh

    Lavyansh is a bright, talented and a very mild natured individual. He is loved by his family and especially by his sister who dotes on him. He is an inter-school winner in carrom and writes wonderfully with the mouth. These go on to show his resilience and positive outlook towards life. In 2018, Lavyansh suffered a considerable trauma when he accidentally encountered a high tension of 11,000 KV connection. Even though chances of him surviving were low, he came out of it like a hero. He underwent three surgeries in which his limbs were amputated. But this Rakhi brought a special gift for him and his sister. So Cadbury Celebrations launched the campaign #MyFirstRakhi in an attempt to highlight the importance of feeling the sensation of touch by designing special prosthetic hands with flex-sensors. This Rakhi was truly special not just for Lavyansh but his sister too.
  • Aryan Jaiswal

    Aryan Jaiswal

    Aryan is an intelligent, dynamic and a good-natured person. He belongs to a very close-knit and loving family. His sister happens to be one of his best friends and they have a healthy banter almost all the time. He’s brilliant in Mathematics and is preparing to compete in the most challenging engineering exams. In 2017, Aryan suffered a severe traumatic injury when he picked up a high-tension cable and lost his dominating right hand. However, he’s beautifully overcoming these challenges with the help of his loved ones. So Cadbury Celebrations launched the campaign #MyFirstRakhi in an attempt to highlight the importance of feeling the sensation of touch by designing special prosthetic hands with flex-sensors. This Rakhi was truly special not just for Aryan but his sister too.
  • Shubham

    Shubham

    Shubham is a shy, patient and a smart child. His parents love him dearly and are always trying to do the best for him. He’s very close to his younger sister, who brings immense joy into his life and they both share a very strong bond. He is continuing his education to the best of his abilities and has learnt to write with his toes and is doing well in his studies. He had a road accident where he was hospitalized and eventually ended up losing both arms. But this did not stop him from becoming the best version of himself and he has emerged out of the hardships to be a bright young boy. So Cadbury Celebrations launched the campaign #MyFirstRakhi in an attempt to highlight the importance of feeling the sensation of touch by designing special prosthetic hands with flex-sensors. This Rakhi was truly special not just for Shubham but his sister too.
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