Prosthetics that fit like a [space suit] glove.

Intimately customized yet infinitely adjustable for a perfect fit,
every time you put your prosthetic on.

Prosthetics that fit like a [space suit] glove.

Intimately customized yet infinitely adjustable for a perfect fit,every time you put your prosthetic on.

Founder Jay Martin, CP, LP, FAAOP is a leading research prosthetist and career inventor with a goal of advancing the human experience through innovation.  As a clinical practitioner, he realized that his patients’ functional abilities and comfort were limited not as much by their amputation as by the lack of available technologies.  He set out to change the state of the technology in the prosthetics field by better mimicking the human counterpart through developing autonomous control strategies, advanced actuation designs, and improved man/machine interfaces.

Founder Jay Martin, CP, LP, FAAOP is a leading research prosthetist and career inventor with a goal of advancing the human experience through innovation.  As a clinical practitioner, he realized that his patients’ functional abilities and comfort were limited not as much by their amputation as by the lack of available technologies.  He set out to change the state of the technology in the prosthetics field by better mimicking the human counterpart through developing autonomous control strategies, advanced actuation designs, and improved man/machine interfaces.

In 2012 he was invited by NASA to transition his first generation fabric-based socket technology into the space program to help NASA mesh exoskeletal robotics and astronauts.  That program lead to becoming the lead interface developer on two additional Department of Defense exoskeletal robotic developments with NASA.  The unique requirements of those programs forced the Martin Bionics team to think about interface design very differently, enabling us to create radical new approaches of how to mesh man and machine with compliant fabric-based materials versus traditional rigid prosthetic sockets.   We’ve since transitioned our NASA-based technology back into a new generation of prosthetics – radically changing lives of both upper and lower extremity amputees.

In 2012 he was invited by NASA to transition his first generation fabric-based socket technology into the space program to help NASA mesh exoskeletal robotics and astronauts.  That program lead to becoming the lead interface developer on two additional Department of Defense exoskeletal robotic developments with NASA.  The unique requirements of those programs forced the Martin Bionics team to think about interface design very differently, enabling us to create radical new approaches of how to mesh man and machine with compliant fabric-based materials versus traditional rigid prosthetic sockets.   We’ve since transitioned our NASA-based technology back into a new generation of prosthetics – radically changing lives of both upper and lower extremity amputees.

Space-Age Materials at your fingertips.

Materials designed and utilized for the most sophisticated robotics and space applications are now available for uniquely conforming and comfortable socket interfaces.

Infinitely Detailed, and Beyond Compromise.

Our work with NASA pushed the limits of what is possible with man/machine connectivity.  We put the brightest minds to every detail and created socket designs that truly revolutionize your prosthetics experience.

Infinitely Detailed, and Beyond Compromise.

Our work with NASA pushed the limits of what is possible with man/machine connectivity.  We put the brightest minds to every detail and created socket designs that truly revolutionize your prosthetics experience.