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Atom Limbs

The world’s first mind-controlled bionic arm (back for round 2!) 🦾

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Investor Panel

Investor Panel

Luke interviewed Atom Limbs on March 1, 2021. Play Video
Luke Iseman
Founder of boxouse, growerbot, Soil IQ, Dirtnail, and more. Former Director of Hardware at Y Combinator.
Strengths
says, "Compelling vision for curing disability, starting with way better robot arms."
Advice
says, "More specificity than 20M & 2-3 years on details between now and arms for sale would be helpful."

What Investors Say

CTO @ Bebo
LEAD INVESTOR
Invested $25,000 this round + $25,000 previously
I invested in Atom Limbs because of their mission: create a Mind Controlled Bionic Arm for amputees. Technology like this felt impossible a decade ago, but now Atom can actually improve the lives of those who have lost a limb.

Investments are really about the team behind the company, Tyler is a serial entrepreneur that has the right combination of future vision, ability to execute at the highest level and skills needed to make this happen. He's also put together an all star founding team that has worked on the inventing this technology for years. 
The great part about this investment is when Atom Limbs succeeds a lot of lives will have been changed for the better!

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