The team behind the device claims that the system will be compatible with all available virtual reality headsets. And now you can book one on the company's website. But what if you could feel the virtual environment? That's what a new virtual reality accessory, called Teslasuit DK1, aims to achieve. Unrelated to the electric car company Tesla, the suit has 68 haptic points capable of simulating a range of physical sensations throughout the body.
The lawsuit is the result of a partnership between Teslasuit and Somnium Space, a virtual reality social platform that uses blockchain technology. In addition to haptic response, the suit has motion tracking to map your movements in VR without any other sensor or wearable, and captures biometric data. It's expensive and has limited use cases for now, but we think the Teslasuit should definitely be the best VR accessory. The haptX, is a virtual reality body that can give you a real sensation of temperature, movement, structure and texture of different virtual things in the video game.
It's another haptic gaming suit, which is designed specifically for The Void (a virtual reality destination). Haptic bodies with virtual reality are an impressive combination for players to feel the situations in the virtual reality environment. When you wear this suit while playing and if someone touches you or shoots you, you get the feeling of being touched and the real feeling of being shot in your body. This virtual body has four different types of haptic sensations, which players can feel at different levels and environments of the game.
Full sensory immersion in virtual reality is years away, but it is one of the most sought after and dreamed of advances in the industry. These VR suits have added those features and features that allow the user to feel the virtual world and get tactile feedback. TESLASUIT's full-body haptic feedback system uses electrostimulation (EMS) and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) to simulate a variety of real-life feelings and sensations. Some of these haptic suits are composed of special conductive yarns with a layer of waterproof neoprene (synthetic rubber) that makes them easy to wash and reuse once they are cleaned.
The Nullspace VR body is the gaming monkey in which only the upper body perceives feedback from the virtual world. Teslasuit haptic technology conveys touch and is a great way to make the VR experience deeper, more immersive and realistic. These suits are equipped with batteries and connected to the virtual reality system via Bluetooth, so the suit and the action that takes place within the game are synchronized during the act.