There are more than 1/3 of users of myoelectric prosthetic hands who are not using the prosthesis regularly. The reasons are complex, but fundamentally the prosthesis cannot replace a real hand. Neither is Enhands capable of doing this. But what Enhands does is that it provides users with information on the contact of the finger with an object or person, and it provides qualitative information on the pressure acting on finger/hand. This happens via our patented multi-channel sensory feedback. In first place this enables users to control the force acting at gripping with much more ease as currently possible and thus easier and more secure handling of goods (especially soft or breakable things). What we also anticipate is that with regular use this artificial sensory information will be quickly adapted by the brains and the user will be able to process this information automatically (like driving or using a computer mouse).