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Atom Limbs

Revolutionary prosthetics to end physical disability 🦾

Last Funded June 2022


raised from 6,671 investors


🚀 CEO sold last company Bebo to Amazon & has scaled companies to 1 billion users
🏆 World-class leadership team from Apple, Tesla, Nike, Intel & IDEO
📱 Team’s track record includes bringing the first iPhone, iMac, and Tesla Roadster to market
✔️ World’s first mind-controlled arm restores basic sense of touch AND individual finger control
🔥 Positioned to disrupt the fast-growing $800B physical disability market
💸 Backed by venture capital firm Village Global whose LPs include Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos

Our Team

Atom is my 4th company and hopefully my last company — my life mission is to end disability. After selling Bebo to Amazon, I wanted to return to big meaningful problems impactful to all of humanity. *No one* should have to live with a permanent injury or disability. We have reusable rockets and electric cars... it's time for artificial limbs.

Why Atom Limbs?

Atom Limbs is making the world's first artificial human arm. We're giving 65M+ limb-different people their limbs back, and revolutionizing the $800B+ physical disability industry.

Despite modern advancements in medicine and tech, many artificial limbs available today still resemble the prosthetics given to amputees in the 1890s... Meant to give the appearance of a functioning limb, they’re relatively useless to the wearer. Even the most advanced artificial limbs on the market are bulky and powered by the body, severely limiting their potential.

Less than 1 in 5 arm amputees wear a prosthetic — prosthetics simply are not good enough.

The key to Atom's technology is in our team and our approach — the consumer products & technology company approach.

We're making the Atom Touch using the same approach we used to make the iPhone, iMac, and Tesla. 

By bringing... 

  • Modern robotics
  • Modern AI
  • Modern wearables
  • Modern logistics
  • Modern business models

... to the prosthetics industry, we aim to kickstart the next era of prosthetics.

Atom Touch will be neurally & non-invasively mind-controlled, offer near-full range of human motion, and restore a basic sense of touch, all worn with a revolutionary apparel attachment system.

"Amazing! But how does it work?"

Great question! One we get all the time. It's simpler than you might think...

Movement occurs when a person’s brain sends signals down their spinal cord and into nerves in the corresponding muscle. After limb loss, the nerves are still intact but don’t have anything tangible to control. Using a state-of-the-art bracelet worn around the residual limb to capture and read signals from the wearer’s healthy residual muscles, Atom Touch moves as intuitively as a natural limb—and even has a basic sense of touch…

Our never-before-shown prototype developments include an innovative “apparel-like” attachment system, cuff, and socket, all for the most natural look and feel on the market...

This revolutionary, mind-controlled bionic arm is able to mimic the intuitive movements of a natural limb. Individually dexterous fingers empower natural movement, and a simple thought is enough to make Atom Touch grasp, grip, push, pull, curl, wave, write, or type…

Atom Touch is the only prosthetic hand in the world that allows individual finger movement.

The world has never seen a mind-controlled prosthetic limb before, because one has never been successfully created—until now. “Competitors” don’t even come close to matching this unrivaled tech.

Note: forward-looking financial projections cannot be guaranteed.

Current prosthetic competitors sell only one device to a customer in their lifetime.

Not only that, they only sell those devices to 1 in 5 arm amputees — most arm amputees simply don't use a prosthetic because they're too expensive and can't do very much.

By making prosthetics dramatically more affordable, we're significantly expanding the market to the other 4/5 of arm amputees who couldn't afford a prosthetic previously.

And by making such an advanced artificial arm, it's not only affordable, but desirable... ultimately creating an opportunity for ongoing relationship with our customers.

The world is taking notice. From being featured on Fast Company, Axios, Nasdaq, and more... Atom Limbs is making a BIG impression in tech, medical, and mainstream circles.