Accurate movements and intuitive grip strength make it easier to pick up and hold small or delicate items naturally, quickly, and carefully.
This pattern enables you to hold round or cylindrical objects more easily and securely. You can hold a ball or a piece of fruit as well as bottles or the handles of home and garden utensils. Power grip also lets you shake hands and life objects.
This Grip assists you in holding the pen or any such objects where the objects is gripped with the Index and Thumb.
This versatile grip allows you to wedge utensils between your fingers, offering unparalleled grip security.
This pattern is ideal for you if you want to carry a piece of paper or letter, use a spoon or hold a thin at object such as a plate, a credit card or a key.
Ex- Chudar Education, STOA School – GMT-05
B. Sc. Visual communication & Design – DG Vaishnav
Rishi Krishna is an entrepreneur, social worker and co-founder of Symbionic. Rishi is a product person who revels in bringing creative ideas and smart people together towards achieving impactful vision!
Since December of 2015, Rishi has been passionately engaged towards creating an impact in the society by solving real-world problems creatively.
Our founder and CEO, Rishi Krishna, was 24 years old when he met with a catastrophic accident that changed the course of his life. The accident led to the amputation of his right arm. But instead of allowing the catastrophic event put a full stop to his dreams, he decided to leverage his pain to build a better world.
It was striking, that despite such extraordinary technology development around the world, Rishi and millions of people like him were unable to find a solution. This lit a fire in Rishi as he decided to build Symbionic.
What began as a small group of young hackers & engineers has grown to include engineers, experts, social workers, and designers – along with an incredible group of doctors, clinicians, and non-profits working in the developing world.
What began as a small group of young hackers & engineers has grown to include engineers, experts, social workers, and designers – along with an