Unlimited Tomorrow Inc, a medical device company manufacturing accessible prosthetic limbs, launches TrueLimb, a prosthetic arm that is available through a remote process which amputees can initiate online.
TrueLimb is a functional and durable robotic upper limb prosthesis designed to feature multi-grip capability and individual finger control, allowing for natural movement and positioning. It is realistic in appearance with natural features, form, and is uniquely designed for each user and personalized to their skin tone, weight, shape, and size.
This level of customization is made possible using Unlimited Tomorrow’s proprietary software, intelligent design, and advanced manufacturing techniques, according to the company in a media release.
Using 3D printing technology, Unlimited Tomorrow delivers a remote, all-in-one socket and limb solution directly to the consumer without ever having to leave home.
“We’ve been working on this product and process for over six years, and I’m so happy to release this to the world to provide a tailored, affordable, and accessible solution,” says Easton LaChappelle, Founder and CEO of Unlimited Tomorrow, in the release.
TrueLimb is engineered with built-in cloud connectivity to allow for the delivery of the latest software updates. Advanced features include multi-day battery life, adaptive grip, haptic feedback, individual finger control, and multi-grip functionality. In addition, TrueLimb’s intuitive muscle sensor technology allows users to easily train their device and execute grips using their own muscle actions.
[Source(s): Unlimited Tomorrow Inc, PR Newswire]