BeBop Sensors will unveil VR Forte Wireless Data Glove at CES 2018

BeBop Sensors Forte Data Glove

BeBop Sensors will introduce Forte Wireless Data Glove based on VR technology at CES 2018. The company has announced that they will exhibit the VR-enabled Forte Wireless Data Glove at CES 2018, Booth #52868 at the Sands, Eureka Park.

The Forte Wireless Data Glove will be the first fully featured affordable data glove to ship with haptics. The glove will also feature a super accurate rapid sensing for gaming including AR/VR environments for an impressive and realistic VR experience.

The Forte Wireless Data Glove is equipped with a first-hand tracking system, which will accurately track fingers and fingertips with the best haptics. You will not find any other competing products identical to that of the BeBop data glove. Moreover, the glow will be manufactured based on ultra-comfortable technology.

The Forte Wireless Data Glove features a sensor speed of 500Hz coupled with a data rate of 150 fps. Hence, the glove will be able to work without any lags and provides instantaneous response time to offer awesome performance for demanding gaming applications.

BeBop Sensors Forte Data Glove Photo

The glove will be manufactured using 10 smart fabric bend sensors that are housed above each knuckle with bend accuracy and repeatability at +/- 1.5 degrees. The integrated 9-degree Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) is capable of providing extremely low drift alongside reliable pre-blended accelerometer and gyro sensor data.

You will be able to find 6 actuators on four fingertips, the thumb, and palm. The Forte Wireless Data Glove will be able to store up to 64 unique haptic sound files with the ability to upload new files over Bluetooth or Micro USB. It is possible to charge the Micro USB connector in two hours for an overall battery life of up to 15 hours.

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In addition to Forte Wireless Data Glove, BeBop will also launch a foot mat and a trackpad exclusively designed for medical and consumer electronics applications. If you would like to experience the working of the glove, you should visit CES 2018, Booth #52868 at the Sands, Eureka Park.

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