Designs by a trio of Irvine entrepreneurs are about to add a whole new level of reality and control to medical devices, learning systems, industrial processes and video games.
Nizan Friedman, Jordan Linford and their former UC Irvine professor Mark Bachman figured out how to use sensor technology to, for example, let players control games with their body movements.
By the numbers
$140 price for standard set
$99 preorder price on InXus website
$39,500 total raised for the project
$38,617 raised during Kickstarter campaign
$20,000 original goal
Their company is called InXus Interactive; its design employs sensor technology already used in smart phones, prosthetic limbs and on factory floors. Their …
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