Back in November, a year ago, an organization named HaptX once known as AxonVR declared its first product, an arrangement of VR gloves with haptic feedback. According to the years of innovative work in haptic technology, the gloves guaranteed to imitate how objects feel in reality while experiencing them in a virtual space. On the off chance that it is done right, it could add another level of immersion to VR. One of the latest demonstration videos proposes the organization is on the right path.
The gloves utilize a “patented microfluidic technology” designed to physically uproot the skin similarly a real-world object would when touched. HaptX claims its gloves are able to closely replicate the texture, shape, and the object movements, so in principle holding and tossing a baseball would feel not quite the same as, say, squishing a grape as an example.
All things considered, the people at HardOCP got a YouTube video posted by Smarter Every Day that demonstrates the gloves being tried. Watch the video above.
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