The Teslasuit VR Gloves Allows Users To Feel Virtual Objects


The Teslasuit is not a new entry to the technology world; the fullbody VR Suit was first introduced last year and since then all the VR enthusiasts are keeping an eye on to it. The company behind this fullbody VR Suit is now coming up with a new device called VR Gloves. The Teslasuit Gloves got introduced.

The Teslasuit Glove is designed to be as an extension tool to the fullbody VR suit. It is designed to work as an independent VR tool for the users. This VR gloves are there to control the mission critical simulations. It can be used by various organisations such as Medical, Astronomy, Fire fighting and more.

This new Teslasuit Glove features a combination of  basic haptic and force feedback. Each finger of the glove carries a total of nine electrodes. The presence of electrodes and new technology, the glove will produce the sensation of touch on a non-existent surface.

Apart from this, the Teslasuit Glove also featuring a pulse oximeter that lets users determine and monitor their heart bit rates. Apart from this, the same gloves track your stress level after interacting with virtual surfaces and products using these gloves.

According to official repots, the company is planning to showcase the new Teslasuit Glove in the next year during the Consumer Electronics Show 2020 i.e. CES 2020 in Las Vegas.

Furthermore, they have also noted that the Teslasuit Glove is not completely prepared and the developers are still working on to it. Initially, they will not let the users to test out it even if they begin the testing phase of the Teslasuit Glove.

On the availability of the new Teslasuit Glove for the public, the company has planned to make it available in the market for purchase sometime in the second half of the next year.

If we talk about the pricing, they didn’t reveal anything on the actual pricing of their new Teslasuit Glove, but we could expect the total price of this new Teslasuit Glove would be around $5,000. More details will be revealed soon!

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