Hands-on: HaptX Glove Delivers Impressively Detailed Micro-pneumatic Haptics, Force Feedback

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The company formerly known as AxonVR , which has raised more than $5 million in venture capital, is rebranding to HaptX, and revealing a feature prototype of a VR glove which uses micro-pneumatics for detailed haptics and force feedback to the fingers.

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The Glove Fits: First Consumer VR Glove Enters Production

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Flexpoint Sensor Systems announced Thursday that it has received the initial production order from the “go-to virtual reality data glove company,” Manus. The post The Glove Fits: First Consumer VR Glove Enters Production appeared first on VRJournal. VR Industry and Technology Flexpoint Glove

The Fathers Of Virtual Reality-a post about VR on Fathers Day.

Cats and VR

In any case, before then, he had set up VPL Research – an organization which spearheaded research into virtual reality and 3D illustrations which likewise sold the intitail virtual reality apparatus, for example, virtual reality glasses, data gloves and later, the full data suit.

Manus VR brings full arm tracking to HTC Vive.

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The Manus is the first consumer data-glove specifically designed for virtual reality. It tracks hand movement using a combination of high-tech sensors all contained inside the glove.

Augmented Reality May Be The Future, But It Still Has Major Limitations

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Underkoffler has been trying to make the vision of the 2002 film Minority Report , where actor Tom Cruise uses “data gloves” and gestures to control a transparent computer, into a reality.

China shows its masterplan to lead Virtual Reality in 2025

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Developed from inside-out tracking and positioning devices, high-performance 3D cameras and high-precision interactive handles, data gloves, eye tracking devices, data clothing, force feedback devices, brain-computer interfaces and other cognitive interaction devices.

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Hands-On With Valve’s Knuckles Prototype Controllers

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That physicality is something you don’t get from data gloves, or vision based inputs without any device, and that feeling can then be fine-tuned with haptic feedback. Plus, you’re not passing around a sweaty data glove between your friends.

Dream On: Aerosmith and 90’s VR

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On his desk, a VR headset and glove. Donning his headset and glove, he inspects his hands and shows off the full range of functions that the glove provides. Pegasus flying out of a giant, red, spinning asterisk.