Unlimited Tomorrow

Early Stage

A New Model In Artificial Limbs.

Analytics

Raised to Date: Raised: $883,964

Aggregate Commitments $

Platform

Microventures

Start Date

01/17/2018

Close Date

03/22/2018

Min. Goal

$50,000

Max. Goal

$1,070,000

Min. Investment

$100

Security Type

Convertible Note

Funding Type

RegCF / RegD 506(c)

Valuation Cap

$7,000,000

Discount Rate

20%

Rolling Commitments $

Status
Funded
Reporting Date

04/29/2018

Days Remaining
Funded
% of Min. Goal

1,768%

% of Max. Goal

83%

Likelihood of Max
Funded
Avg. Daily Raise

$13,812

Momentum
Funded
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Location

Fort Collins, Colorado

Industry

Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals

Tech Sector

Who Should Be Interested:
If you, or someone you know, uses or needs artificial limbs, then Unlimited Tomorrow could be the investment you’ve been waiting for. They provide amputees with affordable, advanced artificial limbs, and their technology allows them to reach millions of people around the world -- even in remote and underprivileged areas.

The Company:
Unlimited Tomorrow is here to change the way we think about artificial limbs. They’ve combined 3D scanning, 3D printing, and machine learning to create next-generation artificial limbs that are affordable, accessible, and customized for people. Plus, their limbs are available for amputees around the world. By providing low-cost 3D scanners and computers for digital mapping, prosthetic limbs can be printed utilizing a network of global 3D printers, meaning that people everywhere can benefit. Unlimited Tomorrow’s first device was developed at B87, Microsoft’s “black ops” prototyping lab, where Easton LaChapelle, Unlimited Tomorrow’s CEO and Founder, was invited to work. Microsoft and Unlimited Tomorrow then placed their first limb on Momo, a 10-year old girl, in June 2017. LaChapelle also worked at NASA on the Robonaut project, where he developed a new tele-robotic interface and shared his story in a TED talk. Additionally, he’s received monetary and strategic support from Tony Robbins, including $150,000.

The Bottom Line:
Modern prosthetic devices can range from $30,000 to $100,000, and they often feel and look artificial. Unlimited Tomorrow’s limbs, on the other hand, cost just $5,000, are personalized for each person, and look and feel like the real deal. They even use haptic feedback to provide a real sense of touch. With Unlimited Tomorrow, amputees can truly face their future -- with unlimited possibilities.
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Security Type: Convertible Note
Valuation: $7,000,000

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