No, you can only reproduce one sensation at a time. If you send a new sensation while another is being reproduced, the first one gets cancelled.
You can't send various sensations to different muscles at the same time but you can send one same sensation to several muscles at once.
Yes, anyone can create sensations even with no programming knowledge using our Sensation Creator. It can be downloaded from the official Unity and Unreal Engine stores. You will find more information in the documentation of these stores.
Yes, if there is a sensation that must reproduce immediately, you can prioritize it to the one that was already reproducing.
The development kit is more powerful and comes with full service.