It looks like the sensors you show are optical - probably making use of image processing. Whatever processor is doing this, will be far more capable than an Arduino.For your bone fractures, the hard part is the sensor. This are tiny distances, several orders of magnitude less than the gaps in your images.I assume you need contactless, and at 20-30 micron optical is the only option (it's too small for sound waves). If it's inside the body, that'd be x-ray.
Take x-ray photo; process the image.I remember when I had my fingers broken that the doctor was setting my bones (forcefully) while looking at an x-ray video feed of my fingers to see what he was really doing. So that's possible at least.No matter, Arduinos are pretty much out of the picture here.
Is there anyone else who can suggest me something for this?
Hi,Yes: what is the uncertainty on determining the (broken) bone end?Can you provide some picture on a broken bone and where are you planing to -exactly- measure microns?Regards.
That's not a 20-30 micron gap. More like 2-3 mm, which is 5 orders of magnitude different. Also I've never before seen a fracture that looks like it's been made with a saw.Without meat on the bone walking with it will be really hard.I may be missing something, but there doesn't seem to be much relationship between the cut in that piece of bone shaped plastic on the photo, and the actual crack in a living bone in a living person that I understand is what you want to measure.
You mean the actual bone will have a saw cut in it, and then by pressure the gap is kept closed?Not planning to stabilise this bone with metal plates and screws as surgeons normally do to set a broken bone?
... walking with such a fractured bone will put pressure on the bone and the gap present in the bone will reduce ...