IKUTUKI is an exoskeleton suit company for walking assistance, using a balance logic algorithm.
Legs get tired. Tired from prolonged use or inactivity, balance and strength difficulties arise. Current exoskeleton technicalities from competitors show market products to be under powered, and insufficient for balancing.
[caption id="attachment_40631" align="alignleft" width="300"] IKUTUKI has developed algorithms for better balanced exoskeletons.[/caption]
The startup's robotic legs were created for proof of concept to show use of the balance logic algorithm during a previous customer-problem fit phase.
IKUTUKI's solution, from five years worth of research and development on human-oriented balance logic algorithms, mathematically proves two legged balancing. This empirical approach resolves impact, converts energy for storage, and provides posture controls.
By aiding leg strength and stability in walking, this improves leg blood circulation and improve body posture so anyone can walk with confidence. The exoskeleton is intended to make walking fun for everyone, and to give people back a spring in their steps.
The company is currently in problem-solution fit phase of its seed round, and it is offering 10% stock for $1 million.