TESLASUIT team takes part at Laval Virtual 2019

  • By Dimitri Mikhalchuk
  • March 12, 2019

TESLASUIT team visits Laval Virtual 2019 in France on 20-24 March.

Sergei Nossoff, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), is an invited speaker at Laval Virtual 2019.  Come and listen to his talk on the panel discussion “Future of Immersive Tech” on 20 March at 04:20 p.m.

Tickets are still available at the link: https://bit.ly/2S0iDrs. Please, don’t hesitate to use our 10%  speaker discount: LV10_SPEAKER_2019

TESLASUIT doesn’t feature a booth this time, but visitors can chat with our developers and discuss innovative TESLASUIT technology. Please drop us an email expo@teslasuit.io to schedule a meeting or a demo, or just come by to say hello to our guys.


TESLASUIT was first officially unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January 2018 where TESLASUIT was highlighted as one of the most interesting innovations presented. Authoritative high-tech media outlet Tech Crunch also considered TESLASUIT the future of full-body haptic technology. This year, TESLASUIT has been named a CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree in Virtual and Augmented Reality and Future Unicorn Award winner.

TESLASUIT is the world’s first full-body haptic suit that makes the experience in virtual and augmented reality more realistic and effective through the synergy of systems: haptics, motion capture, and biometry. At present, TESLASUIT is intended for integration into a diverse range of enterprise applications and training solutions. In the future, TESLASUIT will be widely used in games and entertainment, fitness and sports, wellness and healthcare.  

The integrated complex of haptics, motion capture, and biometry provides improved human performance with TESLASUIT. TESLASUIT’s haptic technology allows to transmit touch: it is actually an additional channel of communication and a new way of making VR experience deeper, immersive, and more realistic. Electrostimulation based haptics increases immersion, stimulates neural activity, fosters muscle memory, thus improving learning.

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