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Meta and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg demonstrate a new haptic glove that allows users to ‘feel’ virtual objects. Meta is doubling down on their goal of making the metaverse feel “real.” According to PCMag, Mark Zuckerberg recently demonstrated a haptic glove that he claims will allow users to “feel” virtual objects through touch. Hundreds of tiny motors deliver a simulated sensation of touch in the glove, which looks like it belongs in a science fiction film. Aside from that, it can also lock your hand in a specific position in the virtual world to simulate activities such as holding a…

Meta’s high-tech virtual reality gloves use air pockets to allow you to feel objects. VR headset gaming (Photo: Unsplash XR Expo) Facebook’s new name, Meta, is taking virtual and augmented reality technologies more seriously. The social media company started revealing key elements of its imagined metaverse. Meta’s Virtual Reality Glove is a device that allows users to interact with virtual reality According to Wired, the Meta Quest 2 was already one of the best wireless VR headsets available. Meta Reality Labs, the company’s research and development arm, recently unveiled a wrist wearable that converts electrical motor nerve signals into digital…

Supernatural VR Workout App Maker is acquired by Facebook Meta Reality Labs. (Photo courtesy of Unsplash.com) Supernatural VR Workout App Maker is acquired by Facebook Meta Reality Labs. The inventor of the Supernatural VR workout program is now being acquired by Facebook Meta Reality Labs. The acquisition of Supernatural’s creator is likely to work directly under Meta’s Reality Labs, after the company’s public declaration on its plans to focus on the metaverse. Facebook Changes Its Name to Meta According to a report by Engadget, Facebook has made it plain that it is now concentrating on the metaverse. This was made…

Virtual Reality (VR) is to be used as a tool to help people with a visual condition called “Lazy Eye” to correct it using a novel treatment from Luminopia that modifies movies to watch and correct its case. The health tech venture has gotten its FDA approval, and it would serve as one of the first treatments for this neuro-visual disorder. VR for Lazy Eye Treatment from Luminopia Who knew that VR could also be used to treat eye conditions and not just simply cause more problems or eye strain for a person? Well, that is with Luminopia and its medical…