Mike Schultz from BioDapt and Jesse Hahne and Marc McCauley from the Center for Advanced Design discuss how their design for an extreme sport prosthetic came to fruition.

Video: Bionic Prosthetic for Extreme Sports

Jun 8, 2020

by Carlos M. Gonzalez

Many prosthetics are not capable of handling extreme action situations, such as dirt biking, snowboarding, or riding all-terrain vehicles. For Mike Schultz, Paralympic and X-Games athlete, the prosthetics available to him weren’t enough. With the help of the Center for Advanced Design, Schultz turned his focus from extreme sports to bioengineering and created a prosthetic capable of performing for extreme sports competition. 
 

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