Body Pressure Mapping

measure, map, and refine pressures exerted on or by the human body

Our sensor systems enable you to accurately and repeatedly quantify pressure exerted on the human body. From testing the comfort and fit of a product to quantifying the force used by specific tasks, our sensors are helping improve products and processes every day. Our systems allow you to measure and map pressures exerted nearly anywhere on the human body. From large, flat sensors for mapping pressure on seats and feet, to conformable and moldable sensors for mapping pressure across complex surfaces like the ear or head, we have something tailored to your needs. Specialty sensors like our TactileGlove enable specialized data capture of force exerted from any task performed by the hand, and the TactileHead captures pressure data across the head.



The TactileHead is a customizable pressure measurement and mapping system for quantifying pressures exerted on the head from wearable head products. Paired with Chameleon, our pressure visualization and measurement software, quickly and repeatedly assess the comfort and fit of products placed on the head. Headphones, hearing protection, earmuffs, headbands, and more can now be quantitatively measured for comfort. Accurately map, measure, and refine head pressures with the TactileHead to deliver a product with maximum comfort.



The TactileGlove provides a sharp improvement in sensor measurement involving human hand and finger movements. Both simple and complex hand operations can be measured accurately and dynamically through multiple high-resolution small sensor arrays. Sixty-five elements across the hand, fingers, and palm, embedded within a wireless glove allows for reliable and repeatable pressure distribution measurement. High-resolution pressure sensing and mapping enable you to research and develop human movements, comfort, and ergonomics through visual feedback of hand interactions.



The Finger Tactile Pressure Sensing System is a set of wearable finger sensors that enable you to measure grip, touch, and other hand forces. A more affordable alternative to the TactileGlove, this easy-to-use system captures high quality data in a natural and organic form-factor.


Wrist Sensor

This sensor is designed to be worn on the wrist and provide accurate capture of pressures exerted on the wrist. This thin, fabric-like sensor provides a minimally-invasive method to measuring the contact pressure of any device or product worn on the wrist. Use this to map and measure the comfort of watch bands, wristbands, activity trackers, and more. Identify areas of high-pressures or discomfort, and improve your product in quantitative, measurable way.



The TactileMat is a rigid and robust pressure sensing pad that is of the largest, high-resolution pressure mapping sensors on the market.

The professional and high-quality work on the sensors delivered is really impressive. Great stuff.
— Eric Savitsky, CEO of Sonosim