Prosthesis is the flagship machine in the inception of an entirely new human experience - mech racing.

This new sport will pit pilot against pilot in massive, agile, high-powered, all electric, off-road running machines. These "racing mechs" will have no autonomy or gyro-stabilization. They will rely entirely on the skill and training of the pilots inside them to move. This vision is the culmination of more than a decade of work by creator Jonathan Tippett and his huge team of volunteers at the eatART Foundation.

With extensive support from academic partners like The University of British Columbia and countless industry supporters, Tippett and his team were finally able to complete Prosthesis in partnership with Furrion, a global technology leader in early 2017. The resulting company, now called Exosapien Technologies, continues to develop the technology and build the new sport of mech racing.