What are the best VR gloves?
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Buggy, doesn’t work with anything, company was run by idiots, false reviews from employees, See More
It really works quite reliably, I've been developing and use it since 2013, the base software has been improved a lot since then. A V2 is now out for developers with a broader tracking range, and integrated in some VR headset. A software only version is ready to be integrated in headsets with a pair of built-in cameras. Middleware is available for both Unity and Unreal IDEs, whereas base software is for integrating into custom applications, and other interafcing possibilities are available - honestly, couldn't ask more. See More
Uses unique engineering (stretch sensors) which make it super accurate. And it's backed up by a software solution that allows you to create poses then train the gloves to look for when your performer is trying to make this pose so that live mocap poses are steady and perfect. See More
It's too expensive See More
No sizing possible making it hard for kids or women to wear the gloves, as their hands is generally smaller. See More
I used this when I was at sfera.one VR park in china. Quite a comfortable glove, not heavy. Playing games with it where there are a lot of objects that you can touch is very cool. Tactile feedback is slightly higher than in the oculus quest controller. I think this glove can only be used with expensive vr helmets as it is quite expensive. See More