Engineering

E-skin for manipulating virtual objects without touching them

A team of researchers from Germany and Austria has developed a type of e-skin that allows a wearer to control virtual objects without touching them. In their paper published on the open access site Science Advances, the group ...

Engineering

Electromagnets and sensors track the motions of fingers

A university's ubiquitous computing lab has teamed up with virtual reality company Oculus to work on a system capable of precisely tracking finger movements. You and your VR game in the future could be thriving on magnets ...

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