The TactileGlove is a glove with embedded sensing elements throughout the palm and fingers, allowing for natural and accurate testing of pressures applied to and exerted by the hand. Nearly any hand operation can be measured accurately through 65 individual sensing elements within the glove. Wireless and battery powered, this is the only glove sensor on the market that both allows for full range of motion and creates an organic testing environment. High-resolution pressure sensing and mapping enable you to research and develop human movements, comfort, and ergonomics through visual feedback of hand interactions.
Ensure a natural test environment with the only glove hand sensor on the market
Comfortable to wear and no adhesives or wires to get in your way
High-resolution, sensitive sensors detect even the lowest pressures (0.1oz/3g)
Meant to handle the real world. It’s wireless and battery powered
Delivered in pairs (Left + Right). Available in small, medium, large, and extra-large see: sizing chart
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 accompanying Chameleon Software captures and records live data to provide both numeric and visual representation of pressures on the hand.
Understand and optimize worker exertion while performing hand actions. Measure force and exertion required to cutting metal with shears, strip wire, perform fine assembly tasks, and more. Understand points of high exertion within your process, and optimize your labor force to reduce potential injury.
Manufacturing Safety & Workers’ Comp Assessment:
Understanding work activities to prevent injury
Grasp force required to use power tools
Grasp force required for fine motor activities such as using dental tools
Determining if tool modification reduces effort required
Quantifying hand strength for return-to-work assessments
Product Ergonomic Design:
Quantify what forces people use naturally
Determining upper and lower limits of forces generated by the hand
Quantify effort to use tools for human factors & ergonomic designs
Correlate “feel” of a product in response to controlled design changes
Understand hand interactions with competitive products