Ukrainians created cyber glove to "feel" the virtual reality
18:10, 12 February 2016

Ukrainians created cyber glove to "feel" the virtual reality

New product can be used in gaming industry, daily life, medicine and education

18:10, 12 February 2016


The team of inventors from GremTech Ukrainian Design Bureau is going to introduce a cybernetic glove with a new invention - V-Touch technology. Nowadays this product already has its alpha prototype. This spring the finished glove will be presented to the world, - reported AIN.

“V-Touch technology allows you to read the fine motor skill of the human hand and synthesize the mechanical responses to the motor part of the brain. An inexperienced user will be easier to fully interact with and adapt to the virtual world with glove. In simple words, you can feel the virtual objects and feel them as if they are real, feel the firmness and textures, "- said Denis Pankrushev, co-founder of the project.

It is not the only example of technological innovations in Ukraine. In 2015 "Security. Technology. Innovation" conference took place in Kiev. 

Cybernetic glove can be used in several areas: the gaming industry, daily life, medicine, education. Gamers can get a real sense of interaction with virtual objects, designers can interact with three-dimensional interfaces and manage 3D-objects. And in everyday life technology will enable you to control home appliances and electronics with just the wave of your hand.

Also V-touch technology allows making dangerous manipulation in a hostile environment at the distance as efficiently as in direct contact. Doctors will be able to use the glove for the diagnosis and rehabilitation of diseases associated with impaired fine motor skills and mobility.

The market value of the product will depend on its application scope and functionality.

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