SenseGlove Nova VR Haptic Gloves Are Straight Out Of ‘Ready Player One’

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CES 2021 continues to deliver with the reveal of SenseGlove’s motion tracking haptic gloves. “The next big step towards truly immersive VR training is to have haptic interactions. News CES CES 2021 Haptic Gloves SenseGlove Nova VR Haptics

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Feel VR From Your Head To Your Toes Using These Haptic Sneakers

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This month marked the launch of DropLabs’ EP 01 Triple Black , an updated version of the companies previously-released EP 01 haptic sneaker. ” No doubt these haptic kicks would pair nicely with a wide range of existing VR games and experiences.

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VR Go-Kart Rig Features Haptic Feedback And Wind Simulation

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CXC’s haptic rig simulates “the violence, the vibration, the physical effort” of a real race. Normally, these professional-grade setups have users viewing the action via a standard 2D monitor combined from the seat of a powerful haptic rig.

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bHaptics Announces Pre-orders for TactSuit X Series Haptic Vests, Starting at $300

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bHaptics, the South Korea-based startup making haptic accessories for VR, today opened pre-orders for two new versions of its TactSuit haptic vests. The post bHaptics Announces Pre-orders for TactSuit X Series Haptic Vests, Starting at $300 appeared first on Road to VR.

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Tactical Haptics SaberGrip Controller Takes VR Sword Fights And Fishing To The Next Level

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Sliding plates and a cylindrical form-factor offer a more engaging haptic eperience. VR/AR haptic feedback specialists Tactical Haptics this week revealed a new addition to its lineup of haptic controllers designed specifically for VR sword fighting, fishing, and tool training.

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VR Haptic Feedback Wearable Feelbelt Lets You “Feel” The Entire Frequency Spectrum

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Haptic feedback is an awesome addition to any VR experience, whether it be the feeling of two swords clashing in Blade & Sorcery or the rumble of a violent explosion in Half-Life: Alyx. A German-based company called Feelbelt wants to take that immersion even deeper with a wearable haptic belt capable of transmitting the entire frequency spectrum from 1 to 20,000 Hz in the form of haptic feedback. It took the Berlin-based company three months to develop their haptic belt.

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Developing Better Haptics With Interhaptics

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When you think about “haptics,” particularly in the sense of extended reality , you probably think about hardware and wearables that let you interact with and feel your environment. Haptics require hardware but they also require software. Haptics for Everyone.

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How AI and Haptics Could Revolutionize VR Gaming

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AI not only affects the virtual environment, but could be critical in improving the haptics and motion-gear associated with VR as well. That leaves three different solutions: graspable, wearable and touchable haptic systems. That’s where haptic suits and gloves come in– and fortunately, there are a few companies already working on this! . BHaptics , for instance, has a tactsuit that allows sensations from VR to be received at over 70 haptic feedback points.

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Smart Fabric Technology Brings Touch Haptics To The Oculus Quest

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Since that debut, BeBop Sensors has been working non-stop on its enterprise-friendly haptic technology. When you move your fingers or reach out to grab an object, the response time between the real-world and the virtual world is just under 6 milliseconds, all thanks to fast sensor speeds clocking in at 160Hz and six full-range haptic actuators. Featuring a unique open palm design, the gloves are breathable and can be cleaned more easily than other haptic gloves.

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VAR LIVE Combines Wind, Smell, And Haptics For Next-Level Location-Based VR

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This includes everything from the vibration guns (both a pistol and rifle), sonic vibration platform, and wind system to the electronic motor dynamic platform and smell system, each designed to enhance the users in-headset experience with full-body haptic feedback.

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Researchers Develop VR Haptic Feedback System Using Custom Quadcopters

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Are custom-build drones retrofitted with touchable surfaces the future of VR haptic feedback? In a recent scientific publication entitled VRHapticDrones: Providing Haptics in Virtual Reality through Quadcopters , researchers from LMU Munich, TU Darmstadt, Wellesley College, the University of Duisburg,-Essen, and the University of Regensburg offer a solution to body-free VR haptic feedback in the form of a programmable quadcopter system.

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Facebook Patents Reveal Deep Research On True Haptic VR Gloves

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The term “haptic gloves” usually refers to finger tracking gloves with vibration motors on each finger. Facebook previously showed research involving a haptic glove , but not force feedback gloves. a virtual wall) in a virtual space, the haptic assembly prevents a physical movement of the user finger to move in a direction through the virtual object in the virtual space.

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Tactical Haptics To Bring Production Design Controllers To GDC

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But Tactical Haptics will be offering a look at its latest design for its VR controllers , too. Tactical Haptics offers a pair of motion-tracked VR controllers. The aim is to provide more convincing haptic feedback in VR, replicating the shift in weight and pressure you’d feel when, say, opening a door or picking up an object. Controllers Hardware haptic feedback tactical haptics

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Microsoft Research Demos Index-Like Haptic VR Controller

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This prototype haptic VR controller from Microsoft Research suggests where Valve’s Index controllers could go next. Developed at KAIST University , TORC is a haptic controller offering ‘High-Dexterity Finger Interaction’ In its prototype stage, it uses a Vive Tracker for movement. A New Type Of Haptic VR Controller. TORC certainly doesn’t have all the answers for haptic feedback in VR, then.

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Beat Saber Partners With SUBPAC On Limited Edition Haptic Vest, Available Now

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In the world of haptic feedback accessories, the SUBPAC Wearable Physical Sound System is a favorite among VR entertainment providers. Using the SUBPAC haptic vest, players with hearing difficulties were able to feel the music as well as their interactions in-game interactions, allowing them to experience the same level of immersion that is offered to other players. The post Beat Saber Partners With SUBPAC On Limited Edition Haptic Vest, Available Now appeared first on VRScout.

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Tactical Haptics ‘Reactive Grip’ VR Controllers Are Now Production Ready

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Tactical Haptics today announced the new production-ready design for their haptic VR controllers which adapt the shape of their grip to make using virtual objects feel more real. Location-based experiences have higher budgets for hardware to create a more immersive experience than consumer VR, whereas training experiences often need better haptic feedback to accurately represent the real life object they’re training for.

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Oculus Details ‘Buffered Haptics’ for Advanced Haptics on Touch Controllers

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Oculus has added new documentation to their developer knowledge base detailing the ‘buffered haptics’ feature of the Oculus SDK, a method for programming more advanced haptic feedback from the company’s Touch controllers. Oculus Touch uses linear actuators to provide feedback, a haptic technology which has been increasingly replacing the simple ‘rumble’ feedback common console gamepads.

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Wireality Is A Low-Cost VR Haptics System That Turns You Into A Puppet

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We’ve seen a lot of different approaches to solving VR haptics over the past few years. It’s like VR haptics by way of puppetry. Perhaps most importantly, though, the entire system was created using less than $35 worth of components, whereas other VR haptics systems currently cost in the thousands. A lot of what makes consumer VR haptics tough is making it simple and accessible for users.

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Tactical Haptics Will Launch Dev Kit Preorders For ‘Haptic Controllers’ On May 29

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Tactical Haptics will launch preorders for its Reactive Grip controller development kit on May 29. The controller uses “haptic feedback” to give you a sense of touch in applications such as virtual reality games. William Provancher, CEO of Tactical Haptics , will give demos of the controller dev kit at the Silicon Valley VR Meetup tonight in Mountain View, California. Image Credit: Tactical Haptics. Above: Tactical Haptics controllers let you dual wield guns in VR.

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VR Research Project Uses Electrical Impulses For Controller-Free Haptic Feedback

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PhD Student Uses $25,000 Robot to Apply Realistic Haptic Feedback to Vive Controls

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RGB Haptics Helps Unity Developers Add Great Haptics To Their VR Games

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RGB Haptics is a new Unity package which enables developers to easily add high quality haptics to their VR apps and games. RGB Haptics was developed by a Seattle based startup called RGB Schemes, which develops VR games and developer tools. The startup was inspired by seeing Nintendo’s use of haptics for its “HD Rumble” feature for the Switch. RGB Haptics is available on the Unity Asset Store for $29.99. Haptics developer haptic feedback unit

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Facebook’s Researchers Made A Wrist-Worn Prototype For Haptic Feedback And Free Hand Movement

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At the World Haptics Conference 2019 Facebook showed a prototype wrist-worn haptic VR/AR device called ‘Tasbi’ The device was created by a team of six Facebook Reality Labs researchers along with an interning PhD student from Rice University. It uses a combination of vibrations and squeezing (dynamic tension adjustment) to mimic haptic feedback for virtual objects. Haptics controller Facebook Reality Labs haptic input oculus tasbi touch wrist wrist-worn

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Former Microsoft Senior Researcher, Now At Facebook, Recounts Haptics Innovations

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The lack of haptic feedback with only finger tracking, he claims, is jarring, and is unlikely to be the basis of future interfaces. Benko pointed out that mixed reality interfaces could leverage the already existing surfaces in the environment to provide real haptic feedback. ‘Haptic Retargeting’ The issue with using real world surfaces of course is that often they won’t be sufficient for the task at hand. Haptics Facebook Reality Labs microsoft research

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Microsoft’s ‘PIVOT’ Haptics Research Could Make Throwing A Ball In VR More Believable

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The latest VR haptics research from Microsoft — called “PIVOT” — might see this dream realized more believably. The haptic feedback provided by consumer VR hardware today, meanwhile, might be described as little more than buzzing.

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High Fidelity Teams With NeoSensory For ‘Exoskin’ Haptic Jacket

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The creator of Second Life looks to bring realistic haptic feedback to the budding VR platform. With Ready Player One out in theaters now, people are especially interested in the haptic feedback and infinite treadmill technology shown in the film, specifically how long they’ll be waiting before they’re able to start grinding on each other in VR dance clubs. ” Developers can also control and alter the exoskin to create their own haptic programs using Javascript.

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Researchers Show Off TouchVR Palm And Finger Haptic Feedback Device

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Current-generation VR controllers are fairly limited in enabling users to “feel” virtual objects; bow strings vibrate with haptic shivers, while guns kick back as they fire bullets. Ultrahaptics sends vibration sensations through the air to your fingers, while haptic armbands and other vibrating wearables have been deployed in at least limited tests. The post Researchers Show Off TouchVR Palm And Finger Haptic Feedback Device appeared first on UploadVR.

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‘Artificial Skin’ Could Deliver High Fidelity VR Haptics

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Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) developed a soft flexible “artificial skin” which could deliver high fidelity haptics in VR. Haptic feedback in VR refers to the artificial sensation of actually feeling virtual objects and materials. This can be used to adapt the haptic frequency and pressure based on the finger’s position and deformation. Research Haptics research top stories

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Microsoft Files Patent For VR Mat With Haptic Feedback And Pressure Sensors

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The patent then goes on to detail the potential integration of haptic feedback technology, which could include “one or more vibration devices integrated into the floor mat to generate vibration at the floor mat; and wherein the virtual reality experience is augmented by generating vibration at the floor mat via at least one vibration device of the one or more vibration devices.”. The post Microsoft Files Patent For VR Mat With Haptic Feedback And Pressure Sensors appeared first on VRScout.

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VR Exoskeleton Offers Affordable Leg Tracking & Haptic Feedback

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The exoskeletal devices also feature haptic feedback technology capable of delivering detailed physical sensations, whether it be a bullet hitting your leg or the feel of different terrain and conditions, such as moving water or high winds. Currently there few if any existing apps or games that support full body haptics, though Metatech hopes its technology will motivate developers to embrace more complex haptics in the future. Because VR teleportation is so 2016.

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Tactical Haptics Raises $2.2 Million to Build Haptic VR Controller Dev Kit

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Tactical Haptics , a company pioneering a novel form of haptic feedback which can create compelling sensations that go far beyond rumble, announced today it has raised $2.2 million to create a development kit of a haptic VR controller as a stepping stone to an eventual consumer product. Tactical Haptics is one of the OGs of the of the new VR landscape. SEE ALSO Hands-on: Tactical Haptics' Vive Demo is Further Proof That VR Needs More Than Rumble.

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Haptics Company Exiii is Loaning Its ‘EXOS Wrist’ Haptic Device to Developers for Free

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Exiii , a Japan-based startup working in VR haptics, is starting a free rental program across the US and Japan that will let developers go hands-on with the company’s latest haptic developer kit, EXOS Wrist DK2 , for up to six months, free of charge. The so-called ‘EXOS for Hackers’ program was devised to seed the developer community with their haptic devices, targeting independent or developers at startups that have limited budgets for a month-long period.

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Hands-On Haptics: Maestro VR Glove Uses Motors and Synthetic Tendons

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New VR Haptics Research Could Lead To Thinner Glove Controllers

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Promising new VR haptics research may eventually lead to thinner, consumer-ready glove controllers. However, the group hopes to take its work further with a design integrated into a haptic glove that covers the entire hand. What do you make of this new VR haptics research?

bHaptics Launches Pre-Orders For New VR Haptic Vests, Starting At $299

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bHaptics is now taking pre-orders for two new models of its VR haptic feedback vest, the Tactsuit. Both suits use ERM motors dotted across the vest to deliver haptic feedback when playing select VR content.

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Haptic Surgery Platform FundamentalVR Increases Authenticity With Eye-Tracking

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The team wants to build a versatile platform that works with practically any kind of haptic tech, but it’s at the mercy of those breakthroughs, to some extent. “There’s five or six really interesting companies working on haptic technology right now,” Vincent says. The post Haptic Surgery Platform FundamentalVR Increases Authenticity With Eye-Tracking appeared first on UploadVR.

‘Justice League’ IMAX VR Experience to Debut Haptic VR Controller from Tactical Haptics

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For the new (and awkwardly named) Justice League: An IMAX VR Exclusive experience the Centre is set to debut the ‘Reactive Grip’ haptic controller from Tactical Haptics. Tactical Haptics has been on the VR scene since the early days, developing their novel haptic technology which they call Reactive Grip. It’s a convincing and immersive effect that can’t be achieved with traditional rumble haptics. Image courtesy Tactical Haptics.

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