Smart, soft, stretchable sensors
How they work
Using shear and pressure sensors to give prostheses and exoskeletons the ability to relay contact information back to their users, we can make exoskeletons "feel", the way we do.
Whether you are designing fitness trackers to be worn for a few hours or want to provide better care for patients connected to medical devices for weeks, soft pressure sensors enable smarter technologies.
The car seat is a 'make-or-break' area of human-object interaction in a vehicle. What if we could make a better one?
StretchSense fabric stretch sensors are designed for measuring body motion to enable new methods of sports training. The fabric sensors are tough for sports and provide precise data on movement. This is an exciting new way for coaches to provide feedback to athletes, track posture during exercise, and monitor rehabilitation of injuries.