Teslasuit is currently working on a full-body suit for fully immersive VR experience has now announced VR-powered gloves named Teslasuit Glove, which is going to debut at CES in January. With this glove, users can feel the virtual environments and gather biometric data.
Teslasuit’s VR Glove can be used individually or with the suit for training, medical rehabilitation, and other professional applications. The company says that It is the wold’s first Teslasuit compatible VR glove that integrates haptics, motion capture, biometry, and force feedback.
The company claims that it can gather real-time data such as user’s stress levels or heart rate. According to the company, this is done by a pulse oximeter, which they included in it. This feature is similar to the suit which collects biometric and motion data producing physical sensation by electrical stimulation.
Teslasuit is one of the motion control companies which got famous by launching a full-body VR suit on Kickstarter in 2016, but according to The Verge, it canceled the campaign and presented the suit at CES 2018.
However, the suit is only available to business consumers and not for regular customers. It was again presented at CES 2019, and the company mentioned that it had tested it in different industries environments such as astronauts, emergency evacuation, and fuel loading training environments.
Moreover, the company said that Teslasuit Glove is still under testing phase, so attendees at CES 2020 can only check the suit but cannot try the glove.