Sensel is a startup building the next wave of touch technologies to revolutionize interaction with the digital world.
Sensel is on a mission to bring the next generation of touch, force, and haptics technologies to computing.
Sensel was founded in 2013 by Ilya Rosenberg and Aaron Zarraga. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, with offices in Brooklyn, New York and Taipei, Taiwan.
Sensel's architecture integrates touch-sensing, force-sensing, and haptics into a single solution, enabling enterprise customers to create thinner form factors, advanced industrial designs, and exceptional customer experiences.
Sensel is integrating sensors and haptics into trackpads, automotive interfaces, mobile phones, and other products that require human touch interaction.
Sensel’s first product, the Morph, has shipped to thousands of customers worldwide. The first commercially available product to incorporate Sensel’s technology, Lenovo’s ultra-thin ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga, was announced in January 2021.
Sensel is backed by Susquehanna International Group, Lenovo, Global Lighting Technologies Inc (GLT), Morningside Group, SMiT, SV Tech Ventures, Green City Ventures Limited, u.life fund, Waterwood Growth Technology, and others. The company raised $18.8M in Series B round on Jun 09, 2022. This brings Sensel's total funding to $56.8M to date.