Dexmo Force Feedback Gloves Enterprise Edition for Virtual Training

The Dexmo Force Feedback Gloves Enterprise Edition are here. They are wireless force feedback gloves with motion capture capability that lets you perform real-life actions with full hand dexterity in virtual worlds. Users will be able to feel the size, shape, and stiffness of virtual objects.

Here is how these gloves work:

Its rotational sensors read hand movement and regenerate a detailed virtual hand model to keep it in perfect sync with the user’s hand motion, allowing users to use their hands virtually. When interacting with virtual objects, our interaction engine computes the magnitude and vector of force and the force-feedback units apply force to user’s fingertips, which imitates the push-back you’d get from real objects.

Dexmo comes with a SDK support for VR/MR headsets. It is ideal for aerospace, education, gaming, medical training, and robot teleopration.

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