Open Bionics won a place in a global wearable tech competition put on by Intel in August this year.
After being shortlisted from 400 startups in August, Open Bionics has now reached the final top ten.
On Saturday Open Bionics will pitch to a panel of judges in San Francisco, including Venus Williams and the chairs of Nike, Best Buy, and Louis Vuitton, in a bid to win $500,000.
Founder Joel Gibbard wants to win the funding so he can develop affordable bionic hands and bring them to market. Joel particularly wants the money to begin developing creative children's hands for young amputees.
He hopes the judges will see how investing in this technology could make a real difference to thousands of amputees.
Joel, and his teammate Sammy Payne, are currently in California learning from UC Berkeley and Intel business mentors.
The competition, called Make It Wearable, is run by Intel and supported by UC Berkeley and Vice.
Here's the video Vice made of the team that has reached over 90,000 views:
The competition pushes startups through rigorous business mentoring, and a business incubation scheme.
Open Bionics is competing against two other teams from the UK. You can see a full list of the ten finalists and their inventions here. The lists includes a wearable selfie drone called Nixie: https://makeit.intel.com/finalists
You can show your support for the team by tweeting @Openbionics and using the hashtag #MakeItWearable