Gloveone lets you feel virtual reality through the Touch sensation Tech2
You would have sensed virtual reality through sight and sound so far. Now, you can touch the virtual objects, thanks to a new pair of gloves.
Gloveone, the new green and black gloves from Spain-based tech company NeuroDigital Technologies, will let you actually feel sensations like shape and weight when interacting with virtual objects.
The gloves also include a 9-Axis inertial measurement unity (IMU) sensor, which can be placed beneath the gloves. An IMU sensor, often used to manoeuvre aircraft, can record velocity, orientation and gravitational forces using accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers.
In the Gloveone, the IMU sensor will track your hands within the virtual world to offer a more realistic experience.