Based in San Diego, CA with an office in Budapest, Hungary, and members working remotely from Los Angeles, New York City, and Dubai - the formsense team has never known what it's like to work in one place together. And yet, this has not kept us from performing like a team, supporting each other, and creating a fast-moving, high-performing company ready to meet the needs of the world we live in today.
Formsense is still a young and unique startup. After 4+ years of R&D and iteration, the company has finally managed to crack the problem of form analysis and do it in a manner that is frictionless, real-time, and visceral to the user. The bold decision to build sensors from the ground-up and integrate them onto garments that look and feel like normal activewear was a daunting task and without precedence. What Nathan and his team of 23 have managed to pull-off is a case study in the creation of hardware technology that is worth investing in - hardware, softgoods, and software that can together herald the beginning of a new kind of wearable platform.
From top left to bottom right:
Top row: Daniel Banyay, Vicki Reed, Timea Vastag, Jose Figueroa, Adam Riggs-Zeigen
2nd row: Kristof Gruber, Nora Toth, Nathan Ramasarma, Bence Borbely, Adam Varga
3rd row: Ferenc Plutzer, Mate Pavay, Joszef Petenyi, Titusz Kiss, Martin Weltler, Gaston MacMillian
4th row: Gergo Paroczi, Tamas Marton, Ali Hashemi