Sense Glove’s unique low latency force-feedback system enables the user to feel the shape and density of virtual objects.
Due to the precise sensor based tracking of each joint in the hand every interaction using the Sense Glove renders a virtual reality to feel like a physical environment. The sense glove can be used as force-feedback controller for virtual and augmented reality or as input device for tele-robotics.
The Sense Glove provides the most natural interaction in virtual and augmented reality. With the Sense Glove virtual objects are brought to live, you can feel, touch and interact with them as if they are real. With a background in the medical field of hand and wrist rehabilitation, Sense Glove believes that it can set a new benchmark for virtual reality interactions.
|Participatie sinds||April 2015|
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|Linked Faculty||Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering|
|Company history and milestones|
|April 2015||Adjuvo wins the Ordina Innovation Award|
|May 2015||Adjuvo wins the Sustainable Healthcare Challenge|
|November 2015||Finalist Herman Wijffels innovation awards|
|August 2016||UNIIQ Proof of concept loan|
|2017||Adjuvo becomes Glove Sense|
|2018||Sense Glove wins the LavalVirtual award|
|2018||Sense Glove is finalist of the AWE Auggie awards|
|2018||Sesne Glove ships its first product|