SenseGlove: VR training solutions
SenseGlove's already in the hands of:
Build muscle memory with hands on practice
First responder training
The efficiency of firefighters, emergency medical technicians and other first responders depend on how quickly and intuitively they react to the worst-case scenarios. That’s where muscle memory comes into play. During VR training session, trainees can physically practice procedures and interactions that involve any equipment required: from fire hose to medical defibrillators. Force feedback allows you to get used to the shape, size and density of objects, clearly feeling the difference between a medical bandage and respirator, while vibrotactile feedback can make you feel if the tool is on or placed correctly. Having built muscle memory, trainees maintain disaster management more efficiently, preserving gear and equipment for actual emergencies.Learn more »
An experienced installer knows material properties, understanding its physical functions and limitations. The ability to train installation techniques in virtual reality haptic gloves allows you to master any difficult procedures in a risk-free environment. Trainees get to physically feel the different shapes of electric cables, switches and sockets thanks to the force feedback feature. Vibrotactile feedback makes it easy to simulate grooving and handling other electrical tools, as well as interaction with switches and welders.Learn more »
Training to be a professional handyman is impossible without hand-on practice. Haptic gloves add sensorial experience to VR maintenance training, allowing to develop skills for taking care of equipment functions, repairing machinery and buildings. Thanks to the force feedback feature, trainees get a natural feel of hand tools: using different types of wrenches, feeling pliers resist squeezing, while vibrotactile feedback enhances interactions with power tools like grinders and saws.Learn more »
VR assembly training is based on haptic interactions: dealing with machinery and parts of all sizes and shapes, picking and positioning new parts, interacting with potentially dangerous equipment. SenseGlove Nova's force feedback lets trainees feel shapes, sizes and density of industrial objects, physically feeling the difference between gear shapers, grinders and screw machines. Thanks to vibrotactile feedback, trainees feel button feedback when they turn on equipment and get the feeling of vibration when they work with, for instance, a drilling machine.Learn more »
See how Volkswagen trains their employees with SenseGlove
What do our VR training solutions offer?
What makes SenseGlove unique for VR training solutions?
Unparalleled haptic technology
Approved quality and accessibility
SenseGlove is a fully functional wearable in production, accessible to any XR professional. It’s been applied and approved by over 500 corporations: Volkswagen, P&G, Airbus, etc. Our custom-made Proof of Concept program will help you with your first haptic use-case.
Compact adaptable design
See how leading companies use SenseGlove
District XR has implemented SenseGlove Nova to accelerate the recovery of motor functions after severe injuries.
Royal Netherlands Army
SenseGlove’s Nova was implemented in a Virtual Reality training program for the Royal Netherlands Army.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles implements the SenseGlove Nova for automotive VR training in assembling the Volkswagen T6 and T7.