Haptic feedback R&D hardware
Completely customisable haptic feedback hardware
The ScienceSuit can be customised with any combination of 3 textile carriers and the 9 tactor string.
The ScienceSuit is a set of hardware components that let researchers and product developers harness the full potential of haptic feedback technology quickly and cost-efficiently. It allows them to integrate haptic technology into an application or product of their choice, saving valuable development time.
Full R&D package
- Control module
- 9 tactors string
- Velcro straps
- Full Velcro vest
€ 4250,- (excl. 21% VAT)
Tadic V3 - Haptic feedback hardware
9 tactors with control module
- 9 tactors (vibration motors) spaced evenly on a cable.
€ 3950,- (excl. 21% VAT)
Textile carrier options
Velcro-enabled Unisex shirt
- A fully Velcro-enabled shirt that allows you to place vibration motors anywhere on the shirt.
- One size, fits waist size from 72-108cm (28″-43″), chest size from 76-117cm (30″-46″).
€ 250,- (excl. 21% VAT)
Velcro-enabled straps for torso and body
- Set of 7 Velcro-enabled straps (for torso, leg, arm)
- Easily add, remove or relocate vibration motors based on your subject/participant or research purpose.
€ 150,- (excl. 21% VAT)
- Made of moisture-wicking mesh material.
- Multiple sizes (S, M, L, XL), tight fit.
- Vibration motors can be placed around the torso.
€ 125,- (excl. 21% VAT)
Head to our Sciencesuit FAQ to learn more about the haptic feedback options, hardware component integrations, software compatibility, etc.
ScienceSuit instruction manuals
Download here the ScienceSuit instruction manuals:
What current ScienceSuit users are saying
We are using the ScienceSuit to test the added value of integrating haptic feedback stimulation in exoskeletons worn by subjects with spinal cord injuries.
The ScienceSuit is very user-friendly, and thanks to the clear documentation, easy to customise to our needs and integrate with other components.
Dr Edwin van Asseldonk, University of Twente
We are exploring the potential of smart wearables for visually impaired people and use the ScienceSuit in our research to convey facial expressions through tactile feedback.
We’ve found the hardware and software to be very effective and flexible for our use.
Prof. dr. Richard J.A. van Wezel, Radboud University
We developed a soft exoskeleton to assist people with mobility impairments and used the ScienceSuit to provide haptic balance feedback to the exoskeleton users.
What we like about the ScienceSuit is that it is very quick to get started, thanks to the provided code examples, documentation and customer service.
Danny Plass, PhD, Saxion University of Applied Sciences
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