The gloveone is the next generation wearable that was created by Neuro digital technologies. It allows you to feel and touch virtually. The 10 haptic actuators at the tips of the glove help simulate touch. It also carries sensor fusion technology inside the motherboard. The breathable fabric ensures a sweat free and confy VR experience.
The Gloveone is an invention that brings users one step close to experiencing an enhanced virtual world. Some of the technology integrated into the VR glove includes: illuminated cover, comprehensive motherboard, ten haptic actuators, conductive fabric, and lipo-battery. An added design feature is the breathable fabric, which keeps the hands dry and the user comfortable, despite the excitement created by the interactive experience.
The haptic system rely on some sort of vibration motor that also uses something simpler: air. Small bladders are placed in the gloves’ fingertips and, when the user reaches out to grab something in the virtual game world, the device selectively inflates those bladders, putting pressure on the user’s fingertips and evoking the sensation of actually touching a physical object.
Put on the glove, along with a pair of goggles and a set of headphones, and you’ll be presented with a virtual piano that you can feel as you touch the keys. When you press against a key, the air sacs inflate, pulling back against your finger and simulating that touch. According to test users, the result was “mesmerizing,” though they did note a delay in the speed of the response.