VR players will feel the game
Dec 21, 2016

VR players will feel the game

VR can influence our vision, hearing, even smell. Earlier we wrote about tasting in VR. Now, virtual reality has taken a complete ‘hold’: people will be able to feel the game, literally.

The Senso Glove is equipped with 7 IMU sensors, which allow it to create a sensation on players’ hands. The entire surface of fingers will be stimulated by temperature changes.

“A Wireless controller for Virtual and Augmented reality will be built into glove. The Senso Glove enables precise hands & fingers tracking with a haptic feedback effect for every single finger.” – was reported on the official website.

This is not the first of its kind on the market. The Control VR, GloveOne, PowerClaw, Manus VR are also available. However, Senso promises to be unique because of its special technology. The principle of IMU sensors inside the Glove implies that due to vibration and temperature, it will simulate touch and pressure. Another advantage is that it has an internal battery which allows for up to 10 hours of battery life on a full charge.

The initial price is $300. The Gloves will be sold in pairs.


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