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This virtual reality glove will let you feel what you touch

The VR world is becoming more than just about experiencing new realities it’s about touching and feeling them as well.

A Japanese company called Exiii has created a VR glove to do just that, called Exos VR.

Small motors in the gloves trick your fingers into thinking that they are feeling something real which could also bring an emotional level to the experience.

It’s not clear how soon something like this will be available to the public but the company is already looking at other uses, such as physical rehab and drone control.

Source: https://www.cnet.com/news/prosthetic-limb-maker-wants-you-to-be-able-to-feel-vr/

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