6Degrees create value through human motion. Their technology provides equal opportunities for people with disabilities to reclaim control over smartphones, tablets and other smart devices. Their venture is rooted in empathy, their Co-Founder Aryeh Katz himself was seriously injured on duty with the Israeli Defence Forces in 2002. He was diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) which is a chronic condition caused by nerve damage to a limb.

The founders know only too well the debilitating impact of non-inclusive technology. With ‘MyMove’ – a wrist wearable that enables intuitive control over any smart device while providing real-time insights – 6Degrees aims to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities by empowering them with digital access and its advantages: connection, engagement, independence, integration into society, and employability.








Assistive Technology


Miri Berger

Aryeh Katz

The Unknown venture engine

Growing promising ventures from 0 to 100 million valuations and beyond is our bread and butter. How do we make this happen? Through our domain expertise and international scaling network, we have established the first Global Venture Engine®️ for scale, which contributes to the success of our ventures via scoping, scouting, dealmaking and scaling.



Raised funding from Unknown Group.

Secured first client – Sheba Hospital, a leading global medical center.


Receives grants from Israeli Innovation Authority (also in 2019 and 2021).
Wins SME Phase 1 Horizon 2020 Grant to pilot their solution.


Testing of MyMove device on 200+ users.

“We are thrilled to embrace Unknown as an investor, as they support our calling to create value through motion and make technology for persons with disabilities more accessible. We share a similar mission – to shape the world with innovation and compassion.”

Miri Berger

involved people

Jurgen Nieuwenhuijsen
Hans Peddemors