SenseGlove develops and produces wearable force and haptic feedback gloves that operates through virtual and augmented reality technologies. It uses its gloves for marketing, research, virtual prototyping, and training services. Its product helps in tracking, precise angle tracking, and force feedback. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Delft, Netherlands.
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The haptic technology market refers to the field of technology that enables users to experience tactile feedback and sensations through touch. It involves the use of mechanical or electrical systems to create vibrations, forces, or motions that can be felt by the user. This technology is being applied across various industries, including medical devices, gaming, and automotive. Haptic feedback all…
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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned SenseGlove in 2 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Jun 13, 2022.
Expert Collections containing SenseGlove
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SenseGlove is included in 3 Expert Collections, including AR/VR.
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Latest SenseGlove News
May 30, 2023
Feel virtual objects in the palm of your hands with the company’s latest force-feedback gloves. SenseGlove, a leading provider of haptic feedback technology, this week unveiled the latest addition to its lineup of force-feedback gloves, Nova 2. The second generation of SenseGlove Nova, Nova 2 promises even more realistic interactions with virtual objects by allowing you to “feel” their size and stiffness in more detail thanks to the use of Active Contact Feedback. Nova 2 is the first of its devices to offer “palm feedback.” While force feedback increases immersion at your fingertips by restricting your fingers’ movements, palm feedback simulates the feeling of holding an object in the palms of your hands. According to SenseGlove, this combination of technology will introduce a new range of realistic sensations, from shaking hands to breaking glass. SenseGlove also notes how the device can also be used to simulate power tools like drills and grinders as well as various other objects, such as hammers and stress balls. Credit: SenseGlove “Since the launch of SenseGlove, we have been gathering feedback about the desired features,” said SenseGlove CEO Frank Goovaerts in an official release. “One of the most requested features was the ability to feel feedback on the palm of the hand, just as one would in real life. With Nova 2.0, we have been able to incorporate this feature, all while maintaining the wireless and compact design of the gloves.” SenseGlove’s Nova 2 will begin shipping to customers in Q4 2023 for $5,999. SenseGlove is also now offering its original Nova gloves for $3,999 ($1,000 off). Those interested can try Nova 2 for themselves at AWE 2023 from May 31st to June 2nd, 2023. For more information visit senseglove.com . Feature Image Credit: SenseGlove
SenseGlove Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was SenseGlove founded?
SenseGlove was founded in 2015.
Where is SenseGlove's headquarters?
SenseGlove's headquarters is located at Molengraaffsingel 12, Delft.
What is SenseGlove's latest funding round?
SenseGlove's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did SenseGlove raise?
SenseGlove raised a total of $3.89M.
Who are the investors of SenseGlove?
Investors of SenseGlove include Lumaux, Forward.one, Value Creation Capital, UNIIQ and TU Delft .
Who are SenseGlove's competitors?
Competitors of SenseGlove include FundamentalVR and 6 more.
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