Today’s workers, especially those in the medical field and education, face a wide variety of real-world challenges every day. One way they can prepare is by using virtual reality (VR) gloves that simulate training conditions.
What makes it possible to move in virtual reality? In order to create a virtual reality experience, the user must be able to see and interact with their surroundings as if they were really there. Thus, one of the most critical components of virtual reality technology are the sensors and cameras that use computer vision and other advanced technologies to track head and hand movements in real time as well as accurately map them within the 3D space. Let’s talk about Sensoryx’s 3D tracking system, one of the most precise 3D tracking systems on the market right now.
The VRfree® glove is compatible with all commercially available headsets, including Oculus, HTC, HP, Samsung and others. The technology in these gloves allow the user to be in VR without big bulky trackers or having to set up a room full of cameras to accurately track your movement. The VRfree® Gloves track with submillimeter accuracy and precision. These are the reasons we love the VRfree® GLoves.