Pressure Sensor Actuator 2.0
Makes every other machine obsolete as far as safety and ease of use with error correction and 100% Accuracy.
Using a comprehensive computer software program, The Pressure Sensor Actuator (PSA) will accurately recognize the weight of the performer on contact and fire the "precise" amount of air required for the performer to land safely on the targeted spot.
The error correction application automatically adjusts the performer if they hit incorrectly,
Most machines use 500 to 1800 lbs of air pressure. Machines with the PSA only needs between 25 to 40 lbs.
Lower pressure keeps the performer from any joint shock or extreme impact.
Inventor Scott Leva demonstrates the Pressure Sensor Actuator for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science (AMPAS)
Enables easy set up for shots and camera placement.
For Showtime Network series "Dexter", THE PSA was used to safely pull the performer 18 ft. back with a limited 8 ft ceiling clearance. A single pull ratchet was used.