Group 13 – MiProsthetic by InnoLimb

Team Members

Jiyansh Agarwal, Roland Bhola, Giancarlo Gomez, Nicholas Gonzalez, Giancarlo Grieco, Juan Rodriguez, Tyler Shroll


At MiProthetic we aim to leverage innovation to create a versatile and accessible prosthetic arm we call InnoLimb. Through meticulous engineering, we’ve achieved an arm that closely emulates a real human arm both visually and functionally. Each finger contains its own linear actuator and three distinct modules, allowing flexion at three points, made possible by a unique three lever design. All fingers operate independently, and the thumb has an extra high-torque gear motor enabling 120-degrees rotation on a second axis, offering a level of dexterity and versatility uncommon in affordable prosthetics. Ease of maintenance is portrayed by the modularity of the fingers and forearm, as well as the twist-and-lock wrist design, allowing any component to be easily removed or replaced. The motivator of the forearm design is accessibility, fulfilled by having one size that fits users of varying amputation locations and forearm sizes. This is achieved by organizing the inner electrical components vertically rather than lengthwise, leaving about half the length of the forearm free, which is used for connection to the user. The connection part of the design is secured to the user using straps, so that it fits various forearm thicknesses, and the user can tighten it to their liking. In the event that the consumer has an unusually small or large forearm, the connection piece is easily interchangeable for a different size without needing to change anything else in the design. From the modular hand design to the adjustable forearm, every detail is crafted with the user’s experience in mind, empowering them to embrace life with newfound freedom and confidence.

Pitch Video

3D Interactive Product Model

The following is an interactive 3D model of the product design. You can view and rotate the product assembly in different orientations and views, including an exploded view to see the various parts that make up the assembly.