We are technologically disruptive, we design innovative devices for innovative projects
We develop technological neuromarketing tools that measure human behaviour with high levels of validity that are extremely portable and comfortable for users. This has led us to develop unique tools on the market; allowing us to do unique work.
Design systems that let us measure parameters that we could not measure before or evolve existing ones to make them more accurate, less invasive and more wearable.
Our twofold technological and neuroscientific vocation inspires us to continually develop new tools with a view to conducting consumer behaviour studies that, until recently, were highly complex, or almost impossible, in a way that is simple and virtually
2,048 NIRS sensors that we have designed turn a cap into a high-resolution, completely wireless brain activity measurement device.
Two wireless titanium rings form the first haptograph on the market. A device to measure the consumer's reaction to the textures they touch.
A flexible, wireless, rubber wristband that measures galvanic skin resistance (GSR).
It looks like a watch, comes in two versions, analogue and digital, that monitors heart rate (BVP) and galvanic skin resistance (GSR).
A disposable, thin, completely wireless, disposable patch measures muscle tension, the first high-precision wireless electromyograph.
A rubber band to be placed on the belly, even over clothing, records gastric motility. We measure stomach movements in gastronomic studies.