Building next-generation electrodes
Dryode™ for Sports
Reach peak performance with our electrodes – invest in accurate inputs to get the best output.
Along with high signal quality comes comfort – train and forget about the electrodes.
Additionally, we enable wearable biopotential technologies to go under water.
Customized integration of the electrodes into the wearables brings out the best in both.
reduced motion artifacts
We are working towards electrodes you can move with freely. Our material choice reduces motion artifacts compared to on-the-market solutions.
reliable data, harsh conditions
Use our electrodes when it’s dry, under the shower, or underwater. Try them in various conditions – they work reliably with flexible integration options.
works under water
We enable unprecedented diver studies and accompany apnea divers to the bottom of the deepest pool (40 m) in the world.
IDUN in Sports
With our electrodes we enable sports wearables that use ECG and/or EMG to enhance athletes‘ performance and get data in unprecedented disciplines (e.g. triathlon, diving).
Read about our recent projects below.
Apnea Diving – in Numbers.
IDUN Technologies enabled the pioneering ECG measurement of pro diver Antonio Mogavero on a 40 m deep free dive. For the first time in the world, beat-to-beat analysis, heart rate variability and early signs of decompression sickness can be measured even at 40 meters under water. The IDUN Dryode™ is able to reduce disrupting motion effects and to deliver a fantastic signal quality. “Measuring athletes at their performance limit”: this exciting project came true with the great support of Red Bull Media House.
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Biathlon – RedBull Sensor Testing.
IDUN’s Dryode™s delivered ECG signals for athletes at the RedBull Sensoric Testdays, performing notably better than on-market products measuring pulse rates.
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Using electrodes to measure muscle activation – or activation even only on a neuronal level – opens a floodway of opportunities: steering your mouse to writing on an imaginary keyboard and much more.
Within the scope of the WEARPLEX project (EU-H2020), IDUN helps to develop wearable multiplexing biocompatible electrodes used for EMG and EMS.