Real touch

The feeling you have when you touch the prosthesis is significant. Prostheses are often handled, not looked at; therefore it is vital that the materials used to meet specific requirements, they must be soft, be able to absorb body heat to maintain a human temperature, be soft to the touch and have an uneven consistency depending on the position of the elements anatomical. The real feel is a challenging feature to obtain, for which you have to work with different types of materials. Touch realism must not compromise color or shape, nor affect the functions predisposed for the prosthesis.