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About Teslasuit

Teslasuit is a full-body haptic wireless suit made of smart textile clothing fully integrated into a virtual reality system. With this wearable tech, the sensation of touch is realized without vibration or noise in a textile that can be worn like normal clothing. Teslasuit is involved with virtual and augmented reality, video games, mobile apps, and hardware development.

Headquarters Location

Lathockar House St. Andrews

Fife, Scotland, KY16 8PF,

United Kingdom

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Latest Teslasuit News

Somnium Space Fashion Show with TESLASUIT

Sep 5, 2022

Views: 3 In association with TESLASUIT, the human-to-digital interface, Metaverse platform Somnium Space is organising the first virtual reality avatar fashion week in history – held in Prague and in the virtual world this September. Somnium Space Fashion Week (September 7-11) is an event enabling designers and brands to connect with consumers in an entirely new way, making it a one of a kind phygital experience. It will expand the way fashion is presented to the public, allowing people to connect from around the globe in one physical and digital location simultaneously using the most advanced XR technologies on the market – Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Full Body Trackers and Holograms. Somnium Space is an open and decentralised VR world built on the blockchain that is fully interconnected and seamless. Accessible by any device: via web browser as well as through PC and VR clients, it offers a perfect place to experience virtual fashion without limitations. To showcase advanced capabilities of Somnium Space platform during the opening mixed reality event on September 7th in Prague’s VR Play Park, models will be wearing full body tracking and full body haptic Teslasuits, VR headsets and gloves. Their digital avatars, at the same time, will be walking on the virtual catwalk in a newly built NFT Fashion World. Supported by panel discussions and physical fashion show, this phygital event will kick off the week full of breakthrough activations. Fashion brands, 3D creators and digital native designers from around the world will showcase their branded virtual showrooms, NFT avatars and XR fashion collections via runway shows, phygital experiences, gallery openings and even afterparties throughout the whole fashion week. Besides TESLASUIT, the list of partnering organisations includes: Ready Player Me, DressX, Atrium, Dearch Space, Gravity Layer, Honey, IZY, We’re Next Prague, Style Protocol, Unstitched, Alkali, Artsies Collective, Diverge, Cultivate, ISG and others. Witness the historical moment for the tech and fashion industry – join Somnium Space Fashion Week online, in virtual reality, or IRL as we curate an entirely new kind of fashion week experience. September 7th: Livestream starts at 16:00 CEST / 15:00 GMT via Somnium Space in VR or 2D; once logged into the main plaza there are 3 worlds – please access via the fashion show one. Consecutively, the physical event will be in VR Play Park – Vaclavske nam. 22, 11000 Nove Mesto, Prague. The Fashion Show will start at 18.00 CEST. We will share show assets post event, in the meantime, please find a keynote here by TESLASUIT’s CEO Sergei Nossoff talking via Somnium Connect about the company’s mission. Media Contacts

Teslasuit Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Teslasuit's headquarters?

    Teslasuit's headquarters is located at Lathockar House, Fife.

  • What is Teslasuit's latest funding round?

    Teslasuit's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.

  • Who are the investors of Teslasuit?

    Investors of Teslasuit include Somnium Space and MassChallenge.

  • Who are Teslasuit's competitors?

    Competitors of Teslasuit include bHaptics and 1 more.

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OWO develops a wireless suit capable of transmitting over 30 different sensations in real-time to a video game player in relation to the actions and responses that happen in a video game. OWO's suit is compatible with PC, mobile or VR. OWO was founded in 2019 and is based in Malaga, Spain.

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