Oculus Quest’s Hand Tracking Could be its New Killer Feature

Peter Graham

Hand tracking has always been one of those options that sound nice in principle, but would you actually pay for it, adding a Leap Motion device or something a little more extravagant like a data glove? What was shown at OC6 this week certainly impressed and VRFocus can’t wait to see the feature rollout, ideal for titles that have plenty of hand interaction like The Wizards or Job Simulator.

Dexmo force feedback gloves show the future of hands presence in VR

The Ghost Howls

One of the most interesting encounters I had in my trip to Beijing has been with Dexta Robotics , the company behind the Dexmo force-feedback glove s. So, here you are a very long deep dive into Dexmo gloves and my experience with them. Making a Chinese heart with my hands while wearing Dexta Robotics’s Dexmo Gloves. Just look at the gloves and not at my face: I seem an idiot in this photo… Dexta Robotics. Features of Dexmo gloves (Image by Dexta Robotics).

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