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Designing Wireless Data Gloves

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Fingerlesss Crochet Gloves

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First prototype of a wireless data gloves incorporating an IMU, e-textile sensors to measure finger flexion, and an RGB LED and 2 vibration motors for visual and haptic feedback. (june 2013)

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Data Gloves (or wired gloves or cybergloves), as the name implies, are computer input devices that are worn on the hand like a glove. They utilize motion trackers to translate finger manipulations into electrical signals. In the near future, this technology might revolutionize the way that disabled people are able to access computer resources. For instance, individuals who are currently unable to use a mouse or keyboard might have a better chance with a wired glove.

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DIY Data Glove V2

Use easily modded off the shelf tech to make your own Cyber Glove

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Lastest Cnc Milling China Uk News Tavs Jørgensen – Motion in Form 6 Image by rootoftwo Using a data glove and micro scriber the artist has made three dimensional drawings that describe objects in space. The results have been output using CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling China, before being moulded and realised in ...


Microsoft's Digits is a wrist-worn sensor that recovers the full 3D pose of the user's hand without requiring any external sensing infrastructure or covering the hand itself (unlike data gloves). The system targets mobile settings and is specifically designed to be low-power and easily reproducible using only off-the-shelf hardware. We demonstrate the utility of Digits for a variety of application scenarios, including 3D gaming and eyes-free interaction on the move.

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CyberWorld, Inc. Virtual Reality Solutions - P5 Glove - Virtual Reality Data Glove

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Gloveone: The haptic glove to feel & touch real virtual reality

Come join the Neural Electric Interface Working Group (NEIWG) for a day of fun science and learning at Dallas Makerspace TODAY Saturday December 19th from 12:00 noon - 4:00 pm. The NEIWG Group will be presenting and demonstrating some of the projects we have been hard at work developing including showing our progress in developing a prosthetic arm for amputees. Participants will have the opportunity to get their hands on our new EMG sensor and various methods of controlling our robotic…

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How Virtual Reality Works

The big challenges in the field of virtual reality are developing better tracking systems, finding more natural ways to allow users to interact within a virtual environment and decreasing the time it takes to build virtual spaces. (Strickland, J 2012)

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We are proud of introducing you Gloveone, the most visionary technology in Touch Virtual Reality for Fun&Serious games.

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