SenseGlove for virtual prototyping

Digital prototyping offers quick iterations and low costs. Add SenseGlove to your simulations to gain the benefits of going digital without losing the fidelity of tactile, real-world prototypes

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Production Planning

Integrating VR into production planning allows decreasing planning times and improving the quality of planning results. While VR on its own is limited to a purely visual virtual representation of objects, haptic gloves add a tactile element to complex production systems, which results in a more realistic approach to planning. Thanks to motion tracking, force feedback, and vibrotactile feedback the user can analyse and optimise all the steps of production planning more realistically. Possible flaws and wrong estimations can be detected earlier.

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UX testing

Virtual Reality is one of the most innovative ways to explore the user's needs and experiences. Haptic gloves have become a perfect tool to enhance this research, adding tactile physical interactions data. This data is especially important for exploring the user’s reactions to multi-sensory and interactive features. Experimenting with the levels of force feedback and vibrotactile feedback allows for comprehensive user testing and comparing various solutions before implementing them in real life.

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Ergonomic analysis

While VR is an effective visual tool, ergonomic evaluation has a lot to do with physical abilities and limitations. Using haptic gloves in combination with VR helps to identify ergonomic parameters and physical risks during the initial phases of the design. Haptic features like motion tracking, force feedback and vibrotactile feedback allow measuring and evaluating risks more effectively, experimenting with range of movement, applied force levels and various impacts.

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How SenseGlove lends a helping hand

Efficient prototyping involves simulating object behaviour under real world operating conditions, therefore sensorial experience is as important as the visual one. While VR makes it possible to model systems and interactions visually, haptic gloves make these interactions feel real. Force feedback allows to physically feel the shape of a wheel while rotating it, while vibrotactile feedback allows to experiment with the ways of pushing an engine button and switching between speeds. Thanks to haptics, ergonomics and usability of product interactions may be built and evaluated before a physical prototype is made.

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SenseGlove integrations

SenseGlove Virtual Prototyping Unreal engine
SenseGlove Virtual Prototyping Unity
SenseGlove Virtual Prototyping Tea

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What makes SenseGlove the most intuitive interaction device

Unmatched force-feedback

Unparalleled haptic technology

SenseGlove force feedback technology is the most crucial element of realistic simulation, as it provides the feeling of the size and density of virtual objects. Combined with vibrotactile feedback to feel impact simulations, it creates the most intuitive experience.
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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 100 corporations: Volkswagen, P&G, Airbus, etc. Our custom-made Proof of Concept program will help you with your first haptic use-case.
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Compact adaptable design

SenseGlove products are super easy to use. The Nova is a wireless glove made to be donned in 5 seconds, and is adjustable to 3 different sizes for a perfect haptic experience. The DK 1 is an adjustable glove that easily fits on any hand.
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Make the virtual feel real

Get your own SenseGlove today and benefit from intuitive VR applications