Virtual reality early adopters looking for further immersion into their virtual worlds may be interested to know that HaptX the company behind the HaptX virtual reality glove, is hoping to bring their hardware to the consumer market sometime during this year, 2018. To learn more about the HaptX virtual reality glove check out the demonstration video below. The HaptX VR glove features technology that enables it to provide100 points of high displacement tactile feedback and up to 5 pounds of resistance per finger, and sub-millimetre precision motion tracking.
The HaptX VR Gloves have been specially designed to provide virtual reality users with a realistic touch, powerful force feedback, and precise motion tracking. Giving resistance when users pick up or hold objects. Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as news comes to light, we will keep you updated as always. But in the meantime jump over to the official HaptX VR Gloves website to register your interest in being kept up-to-date with the development and impending launch of the new VR gloves.
“Haptics is the science and technology of touch. Our patented¹ microfluidic technology lets you feel the shape, movement, texture, and temperature of digital objects—taking haptic feedback to a new level. It can be integrated into any garment—from gloves to a full-body suit—to deliver unprecedented realism in virtual experiences.”