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A breakthrough in human performance training

Our technology is a complete solution for understanding human behavior and improving high level performance.

Our key technologies used

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Haptic feedback system provides users with realistic sensations and a sense of touch in VR/AR using electro muscle stimulation.

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Motion capture system records and tracks body position and movements which creates a digital representation of the user.

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Biometry system monitors multiple vital data signals enabling advanced health and performance data analysis.

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Applications

XR Training

Putting humans in real dangerous scenarios for training is a risk not worth taking with the technology available today. Most of the time it is impossible to put humans in the scenarios they would need to really feel the jeopardy needed to push themselves. With real-world training being too complicated, expensive, and risky, immersive technologies like TESLASUIT provides the foundation for new types of learning environments both safe and immersive.

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Developers

With the focus towards more immersive experiences in entertainment and education, it is important that developers get access to the tools and technology needed to produce world-leading content. Therefore, we provide an open API/SDKs and great plugins for the Unity and Unreal engines. These out-of-the box tools have allowed our partners to develop world-first experiences within esports, TV & Film, academia, and gaming.

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Academics

Due to the 3 high level systems that focus around understanding human behaviors, TESLASUIT is an excellent research tool which is currently being used by over 50 research institutes around the world. These projects vary from master’s and PhD projects at world renown universities to governmental and medical institutes. You can find TESLASUIT involved in aerospace, automotive, medical, defense, sporting, and behavioral science projects.

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Gaming

Teslasuit goes gaming! The suit's top-notch scientific technologies that have already proven their importance and effectiveness for training, education, and even saving lives, can also be diverting! Using the telemetry data, our special software demos combine haptic animations with in-game events to create a whole new experience. Try one of the ready-to-go kits or create your own based on the open-source codebase to integrate haptic feedback into your favorite game for a never-before-seen immersive experience.

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Testimonials

Bernard Marr

Futurist, Influencer

New methods of teaching and learning will become increasingly effective as new technologies emerge. One that is likely to make waves is the Teslasuit, which uses a full-body suit to offer haptic feedback, enhancing the immersion through the sense of touch. It also offers an array of biometric sensors enabling the user’s heartbeat, perspiration, and other stress indicators to be measured. Its potential uses are unlimited.

Using electro-tactile haptic feedback, the Teslasuit can mimic sensations like bumping into a wall, touching an object, or the impact of a punch in AR/VR settings. We witnessed these sensations first-hand at CES 2019. From the prickly patter of raindrops to the growing waves of static, we experienced how the Teslasuit can bring virtual worlds to life.

Artur Sychov

Founder & CEO of Somnium Space

TESLASUIT brings the next level of immersion for users allowing for the first time ever to feel Somnium Space’s virtual environment. We are excited to deliver this exclusive and strategic partnership with the TESLASUIT team and to work closely together in order to push the boundaries of what is possible further.

Complete sensory VR immersion is years away, but is one of the most oft-requested and dreamed about advances in the industry. Teslasuit appears to be the next product to market that aims to let you feel it all in VR, and it looks a hell of a lot like Wade’s suit.

The Teslasuit has been around for a while, but the technology remains impressively futuristic. We poured our lockdown bod into one (yes, they do go very, very large) and, frankly, VR is never going to be same. A virtual drive in a racing car was next and, again, once we forgot we were sitting in a booth at FutureLab, the sensation was quite something.

One of the most exciting devices shown is something straight out of a movie: Teslasuit. Simply put, whoever wears the suit feels like they are actually in whatever environment they see and hear. If you've seen Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One, this suit is what you see in the movie.

Bernard Marr

Futurist, Influencer

New methods of teaching and learning will become increasingly effective as new technologies emerge. One that is likely to make waves is the Teslasuit, which uses a full-body suit to offer haptic feedback, enhancing the immersion through the sense of touch. It also offers an array of biometric sensors enabling the user’s heartbeat, perspiration, and other stress indicators to be measured. Its potential uses are unlimited.

Artur Sychov

Founder & CEO of Somnium Space

TESLASUIT brings the next level of immersion for users allowing for the first time ever to feel Somnium Space’s virtual environment. We are excited to deliver this exclusive and strategic partnership with the TESLASUIT team and to work closely together in order to push the boundaries of what is possible further.

Lisa Kocian

EPAM Continuum, Lead Communications Specialist

I instantly feel like a superhero. As soon as I zip into the jet-black, skin-tight, space-agey Teslasuit, I am mentally transported. And that’s before I even put on the VR goggles. After calibration, the extended-reality experience begins. I put on the virtual reality goggles and my real-world surroundings melt away. My imagination keeps returning to acupuncture, which I’ve never experienced.

The Teslasuit has been around for a while, but the technology remains impressively futuristic. We poured our lockdown bod into one (yes, they do go very, very large) and, frankly, VR is never going to be same. A virtual drive in a racing car was next and, again, once we forgot we were sitting in a booth at FutureLab, the sensation was quite something.

Bruno Senna

Racer Formula 1

Muscle signals are sent via electrical stimulation, like that you use for physio treatment, to make your body react as if you’re flying. It’s a very interesting concept because the feeling of the G force that they give you is your own muscles fighting the other muscle group to make the movement.

One of the most exciting devices shown is something straight out of a movie: Teslasuit. Simply put, whoever wears the suit feels like they are actually in whatever environment they see and hear. If you've seen Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One, this suit is what you see in the movie.

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