Easton LaChappelle is the Founder and CEO of Unlimited Tomorrow. After years of developing robotic limbs, he met a small girl at a science fair who had an expensive and limited prosthetic device that changed how he thought about technology. Easton has spent the last six years creating cutting-edge prosthetic technology, innovative delivery mechanisms, and business models to create a scalable and affordable solution for all of those in need.
Sean Jones is the Vice President of Business Development at Unlimited Tomorrow. A lifelong technology entrepreneur, he has nearly two decades of experience in sales, operations, strategic partnerships, and business development. Sean oversees the enterprise partnership program and continues to secure meaningful relationships with the goal of providing proper care and technology around the world.
Alex Malcoci is the Product Design Manager at Unlimited Tomorrow. He spent years honing his skills in the aerospace and robotics fields before making the switch to prosthetic devices. Alex has spent the last two years developing designs and processes to deliver cutting-edge manufacturing methods and advances to those who can benefit most from them.
Unlimited Tomorrow is a business for people, powered by people. We chose to turn to crowdfunding and partnerships rather than venture capital money to stay true to this mission. Conventionally, it can take tens of millions of dollars to start a medical device company. By creating meaningful relationships, we can gain millions of dollars in value to solve the world’s biggest problems.
Unlimited Tomorrow’s Enterprise Partnership Programs allows big and small companies, foundations, and non-profits to partner with Unlimited Tomorrow to help develop technology, grow our infrastructure, tell amazing stories and bring this technology to the people who need it most.
100 High Tech Prosthetics for 100 Amazing Amputees
Create a new tomorrow for 30 million amputees around the world by funding one hundred 3D printed, ultralight, AI enhanced high tech prosthetic arms with individually moving fingers and force feedback for one hundred amazing and tenacious amputees today.