The haptic feedback glove SenseGlove Nova is mainly used for virtual reality simulation training situations, allowing trainees to feel the weight, touch, and even reaction force of real equipment in the virtual reality environment. It can be used with HTC VIVE or Oculud Quest. In use, a maximum force of 20 Newtons (approximately 2 kg) is generated within 20 milliseconds, allowing users to feel the feedback force and weight of different objects.
There have been many glove accessories for virtual reality applications in the past, but this tactile force feedback glove created by SenseGlove allows the wearer to experience a more realistic hand touch in virtual reality, and even feel The fine texture, hardness, and even weight on virtual objects.
The haptic force feedback glove SenseGlove Nova created by SenseGlove is mainly used for virtual reality simulation training situations, allowing trainees to feel the weight, touch, and even reaction force of real equipment in the virtual reality environment.
According to the instructions, since many machinery and equipment at the work site require actual operation to learn how to use it, there may also be operational risks. For example, when using cutting, drilling and other machinery, accidental operation may cause injury.
Therefore, pre-training is carried out by means of virtual reality, combined with SenseGlove Nova gloves to show the feel of real machine operation, so that the trainees can safely receive training in the virtual reality environment.
SenseGlove Nova can be used with HTC VIVE or Oculud Quest. It is paired and connected by Bluetooth, and judges the user’s hand movement through the sensing element and the image visual algorithm. Among them, the magnetic pole brake method is used to generate the highest value within 20 milliseconds. The force of 20 Newtons (approximately 2 kg) allows users to feel the feedback force and weight of different objects.
In addition, a simulating button pressing design is added to the index finger and thumb, so that users can experience a more realistic button operation experience.
At present, SenseGlove Nova has passed the actual experience test of more than 200 professionals such as the Royal Netherlands Army, and is open to global market orders. The price of each pair of gloves is 5,000 US dollars. It is mainly positioned in professional applications rather than consumer market experiences such as general games.