The LUKE Arm



Life Under Kinetic Evolution

Mobius Bionics is a medical device company focused on bringing advanced prosthetic technologies
such as the LUKE arm to upper-limb amputees. Fueled by decades of research-driven product development,
the Mobius Bionics team brings together extensive experience in delivering pioneering medical technologies to market.

THREE CONFIGURATIONS

The LUKE arm is a modular prosthetic arm that is configurable for different levels of amputation including transradial, transhumeral, and shoulder disarticulation.

Shoulder Configuration

Humeral Configuration

Radial Configuration

Many Control Input Options

The LUKE arm has a flexible control system that allows the arm to be controlled by a variety of input devices, including most industry-standard inputs.

Dust & Rain

The LUKE arm provides resistance against light rain and fine dust, allowing wearers peace of mind when using the arm outside the home.

End Point Control

The shoulder configuration allows you to simply decide which way to move the hand in space. On command from the user, the arm moves multiple joints simultaneously to accomplish the desired motion of the hand.

Multiple Grip Patterns

The LUKE arm features multiple pre-programmed grip patterns that can be used in many ways to perform activities of daily living.

A Full System,
Ready To Go

The LUKE arm, in any of its three configurations, comes packaged as a fully-integrated system, ready-to-go out of the box for fitting by a certified prosthetist.

Hear What People Are Saying About the LUKE Arm

“I’m excited to be a part of this program, not only because the LUKE arm helps me do much more for myself, but also because I want to help move this important program forward.”

Artie McAuleyArmy Veteran

“This technology is the most significant advancement in upper-limb prosthetics in decades. It’s a wonderful feeling to see it being deployed to veterans, and I’m honored to be one of the early recipients.”

Fred DownsConsultant, Paralyzed Veterans of America

“The biggest thing is food prep. Just being able to even peel a potato for crying out loud. Food prep was huge.
It's a life-changing arm. I'm very grateful.”

Carrie KrischkeArmy Veteran