Go Touch VR the new VR Touch interactive system currently under development, to provide virtual reality uses with a way of poking and grabbing items within a virtual world, has is this week unveiled details of its latest Development kit in the form of the Go Touch VR DK1 design. Providing a first glimpse at the hardware which raised approximately $1 million in venture capital, to create the haptic VR hardware. A development kit is now being made available to all those interested in creating systems using the VRtouch technology.
VR Touch is the simplest and most powerful solution to interact and manipulate Virtual Reality objects. It delivers the best haptics experience on the market and it has been designed to be integrated with any tracking solution for the best flexibility and scalability of your applications.
The coupling of hand interaction and tactile feedback increases the accuracy generating greater control and dexterity. With VRtouch the interaction experience becomes natural and closer to what the user experiences in real life resulting in an incredible enhancement of the immersion.
VR Touch supports Leap Motion and other third party tracking systems. The aim of these systems is to bring the real-time position and interpretation of hand movements in VR. Indeed, it’s the tracking system that gathers and processes hand and fingers position, and their movement data.
For more information on the VRtouch technology and the Go Touch VR hardware currently underdevelopment jump over to the official website by following the link below.
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