Bend your fingers and control your lights. Bi-directional, so it goes from -180° to +180°
(larger flex angle possible). See this videoclip
for a demo ! Shorter versions are available as
- Combine with the TouchGlove and
create your own custom dataglove for capturing finger bending, capture hand movements with a
- Go whole-body with a bodysuit, capture all your joints' movements and express with all your extremities. A couple of
BioFlex sensors will capture muscle tension. Use a
GForce3D-6 on your feet and hands
to capture kicks and punches. A Hot will keep
you in check of your body temp.
- Since it's such a thin and flexible sensor, it's usable for measuring airflow.
- Put it bent across an elastic band so that when you stretch the band you can measure the tension in the elastic band.
- Wireless Wi-microDig
with one of our BatteryPacks
recommended in all cases to operate without tether.
- For bookworms: has also been used to detect turning of pages.
||flex angle multiplied by flex radius|
||-180° to +180° (larger flex angle possible)|
||61 x 1.7 mm (2.4 x 0.67 inch)|
|Minimum flex radius
||5 mm (0.2 inch)|
||13 KOhm (at 0° flex angle) to 150 KOhm (at 180° flex angle)|
|Calibration (using minimum flex radius)|
||Voltage (use 5 V power supply)
||7-bit MIDI value (use 'no processing' editor preset)|
||1.0 to 10 V DC, 0.1 mA at 5 V|
||96 x 6.0 x 0.1 mm (3.8 x 0.24 x 0.004 inch)|
||9 g (0.3 oz), incl. cable|
||1.0 m (39 inch), shielded, red wire = power, black wire = ground, white wire = sensor output, maximum extension 30 m (98 ft)|
||male plug with a row of 3 pins spaced 2.54 mm (0.100 inch)|
||The sensor output is determined by both the angle between the ends of the sensor
as well as the flex radius; bending the sensor sharply will result in a more value change than bending
the sensor smoothly, when keeping the ends in the same position. Shorter versions available as