Some companies have already started to announce the presentation of their latest products, including the virtual reality immersion (VR) specialist Teslasuit. He will show his new Teslasuit glove which has an integrated force feedback and haptic technology.
The gloves have been designed to make VR even more immersive with a range of specialized features. These include haptic feedback on each finger for texture and touch effects, and an exoskeleton providing force feedback; thus allowing the digital objects seized to be felt as if they were really there.
Another feature that businesses may find useful is biometric feedback, capturing real-time data on a user’s emotional state, heart rate and stress level depending on the application. For those who wish to use the gloves with the Teslasuit, connectivity is facilitated thanks to the integrated WiFi.
“We created the Teslasuit glove to expand XR training capabilities. But the range of built-in features makes our product extremely versatile for a wide range of industries. Teslasuit Glove will hit the market in the 2nd half of 2020; we have already transformed the ‘XR industry and now we give the user the opportunity to do much more’ Teslasuit said in a statement.
Details on the cost of the new Teslasuit gloves have not yet been released. These gloves have been designed above all for robotic control systems and medical rehabilitation.