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The HIG-M4 VR Gunstock Looks EXTREMELY Realistic

VRScout

You can also pick up a HIGVR Data Glove for a more immersive experience, but more on that later. HIG-M4 VR Gunstock with HIGVR data glove #pavlovVR #VR #VirtualReality #VRGaming #vrglove pic.twitter.com/bNleVjW4FB — HIG VR (@hig_vr) September 1, 2022.

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BeBop Sensors to Showcase Oculus Quest Compatible Forte Data Glove at CES 2020

Peter Graham

BeBop Sensors has been demonstrating its latest Forte Data Glove iteration at technology show CES for the past several years and next week’s event is no different. What has changed is the addition of greater hardware support including Oculus Quest and glove features, with haptics now available.

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HaptX Ready To Ship Enterprise Data Gloves

Charlie Fink

HaptX, makers of force-feedback VR gloves, announced today they are ready to ship their advanced force feedback gloves.

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Smart Fabric Technology Brings Touch Haptics To The Oculus Quest

VRScout

The glove-like accessory allows standalone VR users to feel virtual objects. The latest iteration of its one-size-fits-all Forte Data Glove can now be combined with the Oculus Quest controllers, integrating BeBop’s hand tracking technology with the Quest’s 3D tracking. Image Credit: BeBop Sensors.

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HaptX Scores New Capital and Strategic Partner To Commercialize Haptic Data Gloves

Charlie Fink

The fund will be used to finance production and marketing of the company's high-end XR gloves.

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CES 2020 Interview: Bebop Sensors has got the Touch

Peter Graham

Bebop Sensors has attended CES for several years now with VRFocus last testing the Forte Data Glove back in 2018. Back then the glove was more about demonstrating its bend sensor technology rather making a commercial product. In fact, at the time the company said it had no plans of going into full production.

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Spatial Beats: Oculus, Google & Snap

AR Insider

HaptX Ready To Ship Enterprise Data Gloves. HaptX, makers of force-feedback VR gloves, announced today they are ready to ship their advanced force-feedback gloves, dubbed the DK2 (Developer Kit 2). And you don’t need a headset. Most will also allow you to participate in the experience via PC.

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