Touch Bionics showcases the bionic generation
Bionic technology pioneer demonstrates significant technical and commercial expansion at the world’s biggest prosthetics gathering
Note to editors: Photographs from Touch Bionics in
Additional content and photographs available at: www.touchbionics.com
Three years ago, Touch Bionics first made its appearance at the ISPO World Congress in
“It’s incredible to look back over the past three years and see how far we have come in such a short time,” said
“Visitors to our booth in
Some of the key highlights from Touch Bionics in Leipzig include: - The i-LIMB Pulse: The recently launched product is the latest addition to the company's i-LIMB product line - uniquely managed via a Bluetooth-enabled software controller. - ProDigits: The world's first powered prosthetic solution for people with missing digits, launched in December 2009. This unique technology is being demonstrated for the first time Europe. - LIVINGSKIN: Touch Bionics' functional aesthetic restoration solutions will be on display and visitors to the company's stand can see live, hand-painting of silicone by a LIVINGSKIN expert. - Touch Light: Touch Bionics has developed a groundbreaking new distance colour matching system that captures accurate skin tone, features and shape, in a single calibrated and light-controlled desktop device. - Workshops and sessions: Touch Bionics' experts are presenting a range of educational sessions at both events in Leipzig, including tracks focused on partial hand prosthesis development, collaborative development practices, occupational therapy and the new i-LIMB Pulse.
Interested parties can visit Touch Bionics’ booth E02 in Hall 1.
About Touch Bionics
Touch Bionics is a leading developer of advanced upper-limb prosthetics. In late 2009, Touch Bionics brought to market ProDigits, the world’s first bionic fingers for partial hand amputees. This revolutionary product followed the 2007 launch of the i-LIMB Hand, a first-to-market prosthetic device with five individually powered digits. The acquisition of LIVINGSKIN in 2008 enabled the company to apply its commercial and technical expertise into new cosmesis solutions for multi-articulating hands and digits. Touch Bionics continues to develop leading-edge technologies for the treatment of patients with upper-limb deficiencies. For more information, visit www.touchbionics.com.
SOURCE Touch Bionics