A week ago we were at the largest Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, inspired by all the diverse and innovative wearable start-ups and visitors ranging from army personnel to aircraft builders. Joining other Dutch start-ups, our participation at the innovative Eureka park at the Netherlands Tech Square set the new year off on a positive note.
We had the amazing opportunity to reveal how our Wearable Lab works, where our multidisciplinary team develops electronics into textile wearables. We also featured one of our medical projects: the BalanceBelt. Please check out our latest video on this innovative belt, that helps people who suffer from severe balance disorders.
It was truly heart-warming that people specifically came to the Holland pavilion to visit our booth, reinforcing that haptic feedback in wearable technology is the future!
This mission was organised by The Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), StartupDelta and partners. We would like to thank everyone who supported us, in specific his royal highness prince Constantijn, TechLeap NL, the Dutch Consulate and CES for paving the way for what we strive to do every day: create meaningful products through wearable technology that touch and improve people’s lives.