Movesense at Wear It Festival, 19.-20.6., Berlin

June 11th, 2018

Wear It Festival on June 19-20 makes Berlin for two days the hot spot of wearable tech. The event hits the dynamic intersect between wearable electronics and fashion design and brings together technology companies, lifestyle brands, scientific institutions, start-ups and luxury brands to jointly build their way into the world of wearable technology. For Movesense this […]

Movesense Sensor Firmware 1.6.0 Released

June 8th, 2018

The latest Movesense sensor firmware version 1.6.0 was published a few days ago. As always, we strongly recommend all developers to update their sensors to this one. It is definitely better than any of the previous versions. The update includes a number of improvements, new features and bug fixes inlcuding Battery measurement improvements  – an […]

SciTech Europa Quarterly Reviews Movesense

June 7th, 2018

The SciTech Europa Quarterly is a digital science and technology news publication that brings together the key voices in the European scientific community and the leading trends in science, research and innovation. An article on the SciTech Europa issue 27 in June 2018 discusses about the benefits that Movesense brings to research projects with the conclusion”The […]

Movesense Meetup Summary

May 31st, 2018

The second global Movesense Meetup took place on May 30th at Suunto office in Vantaa, Finland. We had an active participation from seven countries and more than 30 different network partners, all working on or planning to start Movesense based projects. Thank you to all participants and presenters! It was a highly productive and inspiring […]

Movesense Meetup – a Day of Networking and Inspiration

May 30th, 2018

The global Movesense network meetup gathered 50 participants from seven countries and more than 30 companies, universities, research institutes and other Movesense community members to Suunto headquarters on May 30. The day started with a Movesense status update by the Suunto team and summary of the next steps of the platform development.  We heard a […]

Canadian Sport Institute Calgary Joins Movesense Partner Network

May 23rd, 2018

The Canadian Sport Institute Calgary is a world-leading Olympic and Paralympic training environment to elite athletes and coaches. The Sport Product Testing group of the Institute has a wide expertise in research & product development, testing of sport and medical technologies, biomechanics and performance analysis. The Institute joins now the Movesense partner network and offers its […]

Movesense at The SPOT, Sports Innovation Event in Lausanne, Switzerland, May 15-16.

May 14th, 2018

Lausanne is the home of the International Olympic Committee and over fifty international sports federations. That’s why the area has a unique ecosystem around sports, including universities, small and large companies, local authorities, athletes and other influential sports innovators. The city also hosts The SPOT, a new sports innovation event that brings together bright minds and fresh […]

Movesense Meetup Agenda on May 30th

May 9th, 2018

Movesense Meetup is a networking event and a workshop for developers and business executives working on Movesense based projects. It is your opportunity to boost your project with Suunto Movesense team and other experts, to find business partners and to learn from other companies about their projects. We welcome everyone interested in the Movesense network […]

Movesense Accessories Getting Ready – 3D & 2D Files now on Bitbucket

We are currently finalizing Movesense attaching accessories for mass production that is starting during May. The first larger batches are going to be shipped to customers mid-May and the accessories will become available in the web shop soon after that. Meanwhile, we just added 3D and 2D files of the accessories to Bitbucket. This is […]

Holonic Systems Turns Body Motion Into Music

Holonic Systems is developing Holon, an auditive mixed reality app that creates functional music from your body movements and your environment. Holon lets you control a modular synthesizer with your biomechanical movements and biosignals. Holon uses Movesense sensors as biomechanical controllers to turn movement into music. Movesense sensors can be placed to different places on a musician’s body, giving […]