I've added in a discussion below copies of a couple of emails that were sent to volunteers that might be of some help in creating better documentation of what you all have accomplished. Eteban Alvarez did a bunch of PRO/E models of all of the pieces used, and uploaded them to a file sharing site (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Y4SC94FM
), but unfortunately the link is dead. Remaining tasks are to get the files available to download somewhere, possibly converting the files from PRO/E to one of the LEGO CAD formats and creating an assembly and instructions for assembling the model using the CAD.
Again, the goal here would be to create an OPP-branded LEGO kit that volunteers could order, build and improve on.
Figuring out a way to actuate the hand using lego motors would be great, and myoelectric control of an actuated hand would give us a cheap test bed that volunteers could use to experiment with. See this effort:
Thanks again for all of your work,