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Meta gave a sneak peek of one of its first VR wearables
Seven years in the works, this tech has come a long way but is far from finished.
Disney Research created a fireworks display you can feel with your hands
A cheap solution using water jets brings creates fireworks displays for the blind.
A Glove That Lets You Feel What’s Far Below The Water
Sonar for your hands
MIT’s LineFORM Snakebot Wants To Replace Your Cell Phone
...And your other devices, and your furniture, and your USB cords
The 17-Year-Old Who Makes Walking Safer
Mary Hood developed a smart cane that vibrates when it detects obstacles
Haptic “Ghost” Armband Teaches Your Muscles To Behave Like Athletes’ Muscles
Training for the highest levels of a sport requires fine-tuning of muscle memory, but this is often a visual game,...
Electronic ‘Smart Fingertips’ Could Give Robots and Doctors Virtual Touch
The same touchy engineers who gave us the first peelable epidermal electronics last year have a new virtual tactile system:...
Haptic Glove Gives You Force-Feedback Piano Lessons
Research helps patients with spinal cord injuries
No More GPS Voice: Haptic Steering Wheel Buzzes to Give You Directions
GPS devices are great, but sometimes I want to throw mine out the window. There’s something so obnoxious about the...
Nokia Patents a Tattoo That Vibrates When Someone Calls You
Is corporeal connectivity a good idea?