BIOPAC® Systems, Inc. Logo

Actuators/Isolators, replacement

Request More Info
Actuators/Isolators, replacement
Part #: RXHDS

Replacement actuators and isolators for the HDS100 Haptic Delivery System for tactile feedback during virtual reality experiments. Actuators are placed under chair legs or on a platform and deliver vibrations based on the VR environment (e.g. movement of elevators).

BIOPAC data acquisition
View Spec PDF

Are You Looking for These?

Part #: RXHDS
Categories: Stimulation - Research, VR/Immersive - Research
Subcategories: Haptic (Tactile) Stimulation - Research, Haptic Delivery - Research

Recommended Items

Spotlight On
Stellar Telemetry with BIOPAC AcqKnowledge

AcqKnowledge for Stellar Telemetry

Easily Schedule, Record & Analyze Data Stellar Telemetry Data with AcqKnowledge Intuitive Animal Scheduler: Easy-to-configure calendar display—Select a subset or complete range of animals for long-term recordings of conscious, unrestrained animals Customizable Display: View Data in Multiple Display modes simultaneously; Signal Conditioning Tools include filtering and artifact removal AcqKnowledge: Multi-Animal, Multi-Channel simultaneous automated data analysis. […]

View All
Latest News

New Citations | Research in Motion

Physiological researchers been studying the lower body through examining impacts of training, movement instruction, and innovative research measurements on an individual’s well being. The following articles represent recent developments in physiological research, moving our understanding of lower limbs and the body as a whole forward, one step at a time. The Importance of Form Improper […]

New Citations | Computer-Human Interaction

Technology is more interactive in a multitude of contexts, from completing tasks at work, looking for help online, to leisurely activities like news and video streaming. Understanding how to improve interaction between humans and computers can hold benefits in multiple situations. The following are recent human-computer interaction (HCI) studies. The Eyes Have It Nasser et al. […]

Read All
Request a Demonstration
Request a Demonstration