Teslasuit who is best known for its full-body haptic feedback suit is introducing a glove that can let users feel virtual textures and gather biometric data. The device is called the “Teslasuit Glove,” and it will debut at CES in January 2020.

The Glove can be used together with the suit as a set or separately. It is a world-first TESLASUIT-compatible VR glove that integrates haptics, motion capture, biometry and force feedback. The glove has a range of breakthrough applications, from enterprise XR-training to rehabilitation and much more.

Haptics, equipped with a 3×3 display for each finger, contributes to tactile sense, enabling users to feel virtual textures naturally.

The GLOVE can detect the movements of the wearer’s hands and use those to control the accuracy of movements. It’s the perfect feature to use if fine motor skills are required. The finely honed exoskeleton element, together with the motion capture and force feedback systems, find their application in robotic tele-control systems as well as medical rehabilitation.

In addition, the integrated biometric system gathers real-time data while in use – allowing for emotional state, stress level, and heart rate to be relayed. The glove is completely wireless and is connected to the suit via Wi-Fi.

The team isn’t ruling out gaming and entertainment uses for the gloves but at around $5,000, it might be a bit steep for everyday gaming.

The newest releases will be showcased at CES2020 on 7th January 2020

Boris Bulj


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