The suit is designed and developed to control robots and mimic human body movement

Design decisions

  1. Functionality top priority, not the aesthetics.

  2. Stretchable fabric for "One size fits many"

  3. Snug-fitting for keeping sensors in place.

  4. Antimicrobial and antiviral fabric for long-lasting freshness.

  5. Black colour to hide so many irregularities in the suit.

  6. Washability and hygiene considered by keeping electronics removable

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Gloves for real-time animation

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Suit for sports & medical applications

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Design decisions

  1. Functionality top priority, not the aesthetics.

  2. All excessive fabric is removed for better breathability.

  3. Snug-fitting for keeping sensors in place.

  4. Antimicrobial and antiviral fabric for long-lasting freshness.

  5. Stretchable at right places

  6. Heavyweights are nearest to the centre of gravity of human body

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Suit for defence applications

This suit was designed for controlling robots remotely. For defence applications.

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Motion Capture suits

These suits have integrated electronics that allows the wearer to do many things like, recording body movements, controlling humanoid robots, translating real life movements into virtual world, etc.

This suit comes with many accessories like gloves, belt, head band, and foot extension etc

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Antiviral clothing

During a project with Gujarat Police, research was done for long lasting freshness of wearer even in sweaty conditions & antimicrobial clothing were suggested. These clothing checks bacterias and keeps the wearer fresh for a very long time. 

Same concept was explored for VIRUSES. The antiviral clothing also proved to be efficient against COVID viruses, with "neutralization of 99.9% viruses in the first 30 mins".

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