CES 2020: BeBop Sensors Announces First VR Forte Data Glove With Oculus Integration

BeBop Sensors Forte Data Gloves

BeBop Sensors has announced the Forte Data Glove, which is the first VR haptic glove integrated and exclusively designed for Oculus and HTC range of products. The Forte Data Glove can be used for Oculus Quest, Oculus Link, Oculus Rift S, Microsoft Windows Mixed Reality, HTC Vive Cosmos, HTC Vive Pro, HTC Focus Plus including Varjo VR headset technology. You can also make use of the Forte Data Glove for Microsoft Windows Mixed Reality Headsets manufactured by HP, Lenovo, Acer, Dell, and Samsung.

The Forte Data Glove also provides support for Oculus Quest Link, which enables Oculus Quest to leverage not only the graphics capabilities but also the processing power of a high-end VR computer. The BeBop Sensors Forte Data Glove provides a complete VR headset/data glove experience.

You can carry the glove easily because the product is designed in a portable structure. You need not have to perform any setup process and you can enjoy VR enterprise training, maintenance, and gaming. The Forte Data Glove provides next-generation VR technology by allowing people to do real practical things in the virtual world with natural hand interactions. The gloves also provide missing touch feedback and you will enjoy real virtual world experience.

The integrated hand tracking ties natively into each system’s translation system. The gloves also carries a premium finger tracking supplied by Bebop Sensors fabric sensors. The company has embedded Unparalleled haptic feelings to enable buttons, knobs including opening doors.

The Forte Data Glove is designed with comfortable and universal open palm technology. The gloves can be cleaned and are hygienic and breathable with waterproof sensors. The addition of powerful haptics ensures an intuitive feel of different textures and surfaces. The gloves also offer fast sensor speeds at 160Hz with instant response.

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The 9-degree IMU included with Forte Data Glove provides low drift and reliable pre-blended accelerometer and gyro sensor data. The 6 haptic actuators are located on four fingertips including the thumb and palm. The gloves provide support for p to 16 haptic sound files that can be uploaded over Bluetooth or USB.

The company has developed Forte Data Glove for the enterprise and Location Based Entertainment (LBE) gaming segment. The glove provides true real-time haptic feedback to enable users to feel the real texture and surfaces. The Fortune 500 customers effectively make use of them for VR training, VR medical trials, robotics, drone control, gaming, VR CAD design, and review.

The BeBop Sensors Forte Data Glove is super-fast coupled with 6ms response time and extended battery life. The glove provides a comfortable design and incorporates powerful haptics for truly intuitive hand interactions to feel different textures. The Forte Data Glove is available for purchase on the official website. If you re visiting CES in Las Vegas, be sure to stop by Booth #22032 LVCC South Hall from January 7 to 10.

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