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Gloveone lets you feel sensations like shape and weight when interacting with virtual objects.
Haptic technology is bringing the sense of touch to interface design and virtual reality.
The Hands Omni glove uses force-feedback design to approximate the sensation of touching, pressing or gripping a surface or object.
New super-thin MacBook can detect the force of a finger's pressure and also produce physical illusions.
Here's what we saw in 3-D projected holograms in 2014.
The Eyeronman system combines a variety of distance and ranging sensors to help its wearer navigate obstacles.
Wearable computers could provide the muscle memory to learn guitar chords or dance steps.
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