The Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology announced that it had developed the world’s first virtual reality gloves with integrated heat, vibration, and motion controls.
To enable its customers to try on the new Galaxy Watch 3 in augmented reality, Samsung is partnering with Snapchat to deploy some innovative wrist-tracking technology.
Japanese researchers have devised a novel method for VR locomotion using foot vibrations to simulate movement, even while seated.
To enable the use of the Vive Pro and Valve Index headset with its motorized VR chair, Roto VR has finalized the development of its DisplayPort cable magazine.
The developers of the Yaw2 smart chair are aiming to make the VR experiences of today even more immersive.
A device designed to work with AR glasses to allow users to use their hands to control virtual objects is in development at Facebook.
The tech giant Facebook announced the development of a wristband that translates motor signals from your brain to make digital commands.
The pioneer in the field of low-vision technology rolls out the next generation of AR smart glass solutions with applications across multiple sectors.