Virtual glove. A virtual reality (VR) glove and it's screen image. The glove has wires and components attached to it. When the user places their hand in the glove, the wires and components will detect hand movements and convert these into a display on a computer screen. When used in conjunction with a VR headset, the viewer has the experience of being part of an artificial environment. VR technology is being developed for it's potential application in military and surgical training, as well as in architecture and home entertainment. Photographed at Pisa University, Italy.
September 16th, 2018
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