The haptic feedback system destroys the concept of passive learning by helping the trainees to intuitively adjust complex, repetitive movements. Every time a movement is made incorrectly during training, the corresponding part of the body receives a tactile response via EMS (gunshot wound, electric shock, explosion shockwave). Thus, muscle memory and motor learning are activated, and users improve performance.
To implement the full two-way communication between the user and training environment TESLASUIT uses an embedded motion capture system. The system tracks movements and displays them in 3D creating a digital visual representation (avatar) of the trainee. The transmission of live data during training allows to track the state and level of performance, analyze its effectiveness, and compare it with the standard.
TESLASUIT biometry system is particularly apt for tracking individual indicators of physical state. Sensors built into the suit allow trainees to maintain comfortable control over their performance and health. In addition, feedback from the data analytics provides employees in hazardous work environments with a health forecast and helps them to avoid injuries.