Game Developers Partner with Limbitless Solutions to Produce Prosthetic Arms Based on Halo and League of Legends

Game Developers Partner with Limbitless Solutions to Produce Prosthetic Arms Based on Halo and League of Legends

UCF-based organization Limbitless Solutions has partnered with the 343 Industries and Riot Games to create a series of Halo and League-inspired bionic arms.

Today, Limbitless Solutions, a bionic and prosthetic arm organization run by the University of Central Florida, announced that it’s partnering with 343 Industries and Riot Games to produce prosthetic arms based on their biggest titles: Halo and League of Legends. 

According to the organization, the designs are based on characters from each series. On the League of Legends front, designs based on Odyssey Jinx, Illaoi, and Maoki are available, while Halo fans will be able to get arms inspired by two different Master Chief suits. You can check out an image of the League-inspired arms at the top of the article, while a few images of the Halo-inspired arms can be found below.

The designs on the arms, however, are not permanently fixed. Instead, the arms use a series of magnets to attach the plates to the arm. This means that a child can change out the plates to whatever theming he or she wants as time progresses.

Limbitless Solutions is no stranger to cool collaborations. A few years back the organization went viral after it created an Iron Man-themed bionic arm for a child and then got Robert Downey Jr. to present it.