What is Pressure Mapping?

Pressure Mapping is defined as the measurement and visualization of pressure occurring between two interfacing objects.

To measure and map that pressure, we use a matrix of sensels. Sensels are defined as individual sensor points of a larger sensor array. With these sensels, our Pressure Mapping sensors can scan thousands of unique points of pressure between the ground and a foot, a person and a wheelchair cushion, an exoskeleton and a human body, and limitless other objects.

Pressure Mapping allows you to see what is hidden from the naked eye. It serves a critical tool for the understanding of how balance, pressure distribution, and force influence mechanics of the human body and interfacing objects.

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Pressure Mapping sensors have many applications.

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