by todor on August 22, 2016, 9:08 pm

Gloveone is the first generation of Neurodigital Technologies haptic gloves first introduced and supported by Kickstarter backers. Gloveone enables users to feel and touch any virtual object that they can see on their VR headset or screen. With Gloveone users can feel the shape or weight as well as sense all of physical features of the objects they interact with. The glove has support for Oculus, Vive (Steam VR), OSVR as well as Leap Motion.

You can use the gloves wired up for a quicker response time or wireless over Bluetooth for non-restrictive movement. There is 3-Axis independent finger tacking (6 in total, 3 each hand) as well as g-Axis hand orientation tracking for a total of 7 independent units of measurements for tracking. This way your hands can easily be represented in a VR environment, which adds to the realism. First batch of gloves is expected by the end of 2016.