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i-limb™ quantum: A Day in the Life of Josh Cathcart
i-limb™ quantum: A Day in the Life of Josh Cathcart

Meet 10 year old Josh – a young, happy boy from Scotland. We are thrilled to share with you the latest in our series “A Day in the Life of” which is bound to put a smile on your face. Thank you Josh, you are also our hero!

i-digits™ quantum: A Day in the Life of Moises Aramburo
i-digits™ quantum: A Day in the Life of Moises Aramburo

“My name is Moises Aramburo and I’m rediscovering life with my new hand” – Check out the latest in our “A Day in the Life of” video series showing Moises getting back to the life that he wants to live.

i-limb™ quantum: A Day in the Life of Bert Pot
i-limb™ quantum: A Day in the Life of Bert Pot

We are proud to share with you our second “A Day in the Life of” video series with a slightly different spin! It features i-limb™ quantum user Bert Pot and shows how Bert overcomes lots of life’s daily obstacles using his i-limb™ prosthesis.

i-limb™ quantum: A Day in the Life of Claudia Breidbach
i-limb™ quantum: A Day in the Life of Claudia Breidbach

The first of our "Day in the Life" video series about how Touch Bionics products change lives.

Meet the Runway Model with one of the World's Most Advanced Prosthetic Limbs- video by Mashable
Meet the Runway Model with one of the World's Most Advanced Prosthetic Limbs- video by Mashable

Rebekah Marine shares her experience with the i-limb™ quantum.

San Diegan gets unique prosthesis to replace hand lost in accident
San Diegan gets unique prosthesis to replace hand lost in accident

After losing 4 fingers on his right hand, Moises Aramburo, 23, of California gets fitted with the most advanced myoelectric partial hand prosthesis. The i-digits™ quantum incorporates the company's patented i-mo™ technology and is the first partial hand prostheses that can change grips with a simple gesture.  

Josh Cathcart (9) becomes youngest ever bionic hand wearer
Josh Cathcart (9) becomes youngest ever bionic hand wearer

The i-limb™ quantum is the most advanced prosthetic hand available to individuals affected by upper limb deficiencies. The i-limb™ quantum incorporates gesture control making it the first upper limb prosthesis that can change grips with a simple gesture.

No stopping Tom Saiber after he loses his hand in wakeboarding accident
No stopping Tom Saiber after he loses his hand in wakeboarding accident

This video features Tom, an i-limb™ user who lost his hand wakeboarding in 2006.

Featured Story

“The i-digits quantum is the most advanced partial hand prosthesis. The new gesture control feature is very easy to use and I love the new slimmer design...”

August 15th, 2013 began like any other day for Jake Adams. While working at a food distribution plant, his fingers were crushed in a packaging machine after a co-worker started the machine without notice. Today Jake is thriving and was recently among the first amputees to be with an i-digits™ quantum, the newest and smartest partial bionic hand available in the world. 

Picture of Josh with i-limb quantum hand prosthesis

i-limb™ quantum - a prosthesis that can be controlled with simple gestures

The i-limb™ quantum is the first multi-articulating prosthesis that can be controlled with simple gestures. i-mo™ technology enables an automated grip to be accessed by moving the i-limb™ hand in one of four directions. The four chosen grips can be easily changed via the mobile app. Now that’s intelligent motion!