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I got to try this glove out with Thrillseeker (another VR youtuber) back at CES this year. I cannot even EXPLAIN how awesome of an experience it was. If you pair this with one of the next gen VR headsets, well... let's just say you won't see the world the same anymore 😅
This is literally one of the best watch-while-you-eat channels I swear 😌
@Swagskii i resisted the urge to click
I was literally eating my breakfast while watching this.... Glad i can relate to so many people !
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loved this ep!
2:07 I think visually, the track pad is cleverly marked with the lines of the space bar. Its very clever. Props to the design team for a functioning modern aesthetic
No it's not. But it doesn't matter after using it for 2 days I never faced such issue.
me personally don't see a future where this will be needed, the VR thingy. great tech anyway thnx for sharing
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I am a whole new level of curious as to what VR "feels" like 👀
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you speak for all of us
@William McEwen Because it lets us do things we can't IRL. I'll never get to hop on ship to the moon, so why not check it out virtually? Sure, I can get into a sword fight with some guy on the street, but I'd rather 'fake it' and live to tell the tale. For my buddy who's doomed to be stuck in a wheelchair for the rest of his life, the ability to "go on a hike" or "drive a motorbike" is *everything*.
@Harshmelloz what I’m saying is just do that stuff in real life… why make it a fake experience
@William McEwen yeah we have these already. Bhaptic suit, haptic gloves, even a bunch of naughty tech for the other things you'd want to feel in VR. Don't knock VR til you've tried it, it can't be put into words how much of a game changer it is.
I think we all know what the next "glove" will be made for 😂
i think this is the reason he didn't want to do this video lol
TBF, they have been around since 2016 and are still not remotely as good as they would need to be to actually immerse you beyond what hand presence does with a regular VR controller. VR porn industry would be throwing money at these projects if they actually worked. Truth is, the automated jerkoff machines, high-end HMDs, and subscription-based high-end virtual experiences still reign king in that world. The only innovation that market is growing are the automated jerkoff machines that sync to gameplay. Until a special hydraulic-air compressed or micro ultrasonic haptics in a glove to simulate thousands of different points on a glove, with a pully system like the video but small enough to not limit movement, is made, we won't have anything better than what Valve offers with the knuckles.
The VR glove could take hookups to a whole new level. 😂
What kind of contraptions are out there?
Nah man. The porn industry has had virtual hookup hardware for a long time. I know about this because of... "scientific research." That being said, I am not brave enough to actually use one of these crazy contraptions with seemingly endless potential for maiming one's valuables.
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Love the videos 😀 I'm so happy to see this technology getting into the hands of some much larger channels, this will hopefully show people that VR is constantly growing and not just a gimmick. Seriously, the amount of things you can do with tech like this is huge. Great video!
I’ve had that idea for the vr gloves for years now, it only I was like 50x as smart as I am so I could have made those
Imagine if on the laptop they found a way to keep the whole area bellow the keyboard white but light up a box around the track pad with LEDs when the computer is on
@thatrawkLittle more than the MacBook’s backlit keys, I’d assume.
AW has done it
This was a feature in a HP laptop I used. HP dv7.
@Mhlengi Ndlovu Yup, you're not wrong there man
I'd love to see how much more advanced the version is that the space agency are using.
11:19 A neural interface/BCI is more feasible than external haptics to create a feeling of the senses. External haptics is a dead end for VR but BCI has limitless possibilities!
@Swiiifty Hopefully something better than that~
my guy about to recreate sword art online
VR games have weight to items. Boneworks/bonelab has this. What it does, it makes objects really heavy by making it so that your ingame hands dont move up as much. And you have to lift your actual hands higher. It feels really good and semi life like.
Sony's dualsense actually feels incredible already like in astro, so I'm excited for psvr2 and what they can do for the commercial market
These with the PSVR2 haptic engine and controlls gives a good immersion I bet. The ps5 controllers in games like astrobot is pretty amazing
I really would like to see more VR tech on this channel, I know others like Thrillseeker already make videos on it but the industry could use as much attention as possible!
Exactly. We could use another Bonelabs video by a mainstream channel not that the internet is not bombarded with Bonelabs video
So I've been googling haptic after watching the peripheral and was surprised that these haptic gloves exist 😅 anyway interesting to follow over the years where the VR Tech is going
imagining all the things I'll be able to feel in vr 😏
Have you tried the HaptX gloves? They actually make a tech that makes you feel the objects in your hands. But they are an order more expensive than the Sensegloves.
Smarter Every Day did a video ~4 years ago about a similar set of gloves. iirc, it had small inflatable bubbles in the palm and along the fingers in order to solve the issue of actually feeling what you touched; when you touched something those particular bubbles would inflate, creating a bit of pressure against your skin. It seemed like a much more completely featured prototype, but it was wayyy jacked up with wires and tubes to make it work. This one seems much lighter, smaller, more portable, and generally more market ready (although still not completely ready yet)
I really like this content that covers products most of the time I wouldn’t buy but there nice outtakes here. Thanks you for sharing Marques.
Nothing better than sitting back and watching Marques tell you about cool tech stuff
90% of the things he talks about he has no clue what he is talking about or doing.
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It is so cool on how much VR has come along so excited for what comes NEXT .
Haptic feedback WILL be a huge part the future of VR. I love how the product is blazing ahead using the overlay approach using mechanical components. While far-fetched, I think the better direction would be to somehow trick the somatosensory system using electro-magnetic signaling... somehow... throw enough smart people and money at it :D
This is so cool. Another thing I’m interested in in vr shoes. Specifically the ones from freeaim vr. Soon we will be able to combine vr shoes, vr gloves, a vr haptic suit and a pimax 12k or something and get a ready player one experience
It'd be sweet if they used LED's to outline the trackpad similar to the ones they have at the top. Invisible while they're off, functional while they're on.
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I'd like to "feel" the squeezing feature in VR using that glove
As a proof of concept, those gloves are pretty impressive.
The 2nd one was really amazing, I do want to own one of that one day
They can simulate weight for the VR thing by making a full body suit with elastic bands along the limbs so that when you pick something heavy up, the elastic bands tighten, giving more resistance to your limbs, simulating something heavy. Think like the excersize bands but on a suit
@EVOLICIOUS I think they want to actually feel that weight in real life too though
@Ethan sounds like a good way to get wet with your vr hardware, lol
No need. you can actually just offset the virutal item and give it weight in vr space to simulate. Boneworks, Blade&Sorcery, Half Life Alyx, Walking Dead:S&S, all do this perfectly.
They found a better solution for this. If you have the glove tug on your wrists while trying to pull or push things it tricks your brain into thinking that you are actually pushing or pulling something, so it tenses the rest of the muscles in your arm and back to make it feel like you’re pushing or pulling something
a soft escape key sounds like an actual nightmare, those gloves are sick though, one day we will be doing OBJ 3 finger catches in VR
They could've made like 2 vertical lines of light to outline the left and right of the trackpad, like the leds of the touchbar above the keys it would actually help identify where the trackpad is and keep the clean look of the laptop "futuristic"
Love the videos man, Keep on going I'll keep watching 😉
The same haptic gear used in Amazon's "Pantheon". Awesome.
Duh, add an artificial gravity module to the gloves. Hey, this is some next level stuff you have been covering, which is sick. Thanks!
I have the previous version of the XPS13 it's absolutely beautiful. It doesn't have the caveat that you were talking for the newer one.
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For weight I could imagine a bigger rig that covers the arm and changes resistance depending on the weight of an object.
Vr is cheaper. People will just vegetate in their living pods on ubi.
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@tggt00 that's problably the only thing you do
Yeah, like porn, and that's about it.
Didn't expect my blue-haired VR homie here
I already did some VR training for Audi on their EV vehicles. Pretty cool, with these gloves it will be next level
I feel like the track pad location is something you'll easily get used to. As for the headphone jack, I've had my present laptop for like 7 or 8 months now and I have never used d headphone jack
I don’t know where I would be without these dope tech reviews! Thing I wanna try and see but don’t want to spend money on!
For the vr there are a few experiences that use hand tracking and you don't need the gloves
I was really thinking that the VR gloves could restrict hand movement to increase immersion. Like if you hold a glass in VR then the strings could stop extending and you hand could form an arc (the grab like shape) giving the illusion of actually holding something.Not sure how to implement this but it would really take it up a notch with all the haptics and resistors.
I love how the pingpong table says MK but then with tape BHD, that's hilarious and creative.
The ultimate level of vr is when it can "manipulate" our brain to adjust every senses we had
Finally I’ve been waiting for you to cover VR content
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9:39Imagine if they figure that out and people can workout at home without having to buy equipment, idk they could probably attach some strings to the gloves and make it act against your movement
This is amazing yet I’m still more stoked about the eco flow batteries 🔋
Those VR gloves can revolutionize teaching and demonstration of surgical procedures. That's really dope tech
I can’t be the only one who was curious to see MKBHD as a robot with a VR on 😅
I didnt want this video to end. A very fun watch!
The gloves Dustin from smarter everyday's video were cool. I'm sure you've seen it. Too bad all these companies are battling to get it right first, rather than work on it together to get there faster. So many good designs where some have figured it out and others haven't, in which together they could possibly solve it all. But I think the biggest problem is size. They can only do so much on your hand without putting you in a suit 😂
The EV charger accessory is extra on the Delta Pro, I have one and love it, but don't use it too often, mostly for backup.... I am like you now, I have your tech! Great Vid!
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I've thought now that the next generation of Apple laptops will adopt the same "no visible trackpad" strategy like this, but with one key difference: the ENTIRE area below the keyboard will be able to be used as a trackpad, simulated clicks and all. I'm not sure if palm/wrist rejection tech is that good yet, but I can easily see Apple going that route, because, really, why not?
They should have backlit the trackpad so you could see the outline
The first thing that popped in my mind for resistance use of the gloves is an archery game.
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The xps 13 + comes with a headphone and usb-a dongle in the box! Although, I often accidentally press the delete touchkey and the trackpad sometimes randomly stops working, but could be bios issue
Hows the performace on it?
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I always wanted these types of gloves
I’m glad you removed that Intel Evo sticker. It ruins the aesthetic
You could add “weight” with an electromagnetic floor plate that attracts/repels the glove in sync with the AR. It could even create surfaces to rest on.
wow that's interesting. I always wondered about how vr can get u to experience weight.
This is really cool. I wonder if they could make you feel the weight in the same sense as they can make you feel the resistance. Like the DualSense can when using a bow or pulling the trigger from a gun. Really cool tech indeed!
The best answer to weighted haptics we've all seen at the gym. I've been envisioning haptic gloves attached to cables going in 4 or more directions with a piece of hardware creating and releasing tension based on what the VR app is telling it. Another version of this that's way beyond my understanding of how things would work would involve electromagnets. They are good enough to levitate and move trains that are weigh multiple tons. Tiny ones could create a more seamless simulation of weight and resistance. With enough fine tuning, you might be able to swim in VR with the sensation of moving your arms and legs through water.
I'm thinking they can use this VR and haptic feedback glove etc would help lot in repair of spacecraft etc instead of guy's taking spacewalk 👍🏼
I have this laptop. It's my third XPS and it is pretty solid. I did run into a few weird issues but all were relatively easy to resolve.
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A cool feature that could make electric cars feel like gas cars when "running out of electricity" would be to have a replaceable battery, so instead of having one battery you would have to charge up, maybe you have a smaller backup battery that's not as built into the car and is easy enough to get out and swap it with a charged battery at the gas station or even just have it as a backup so you can make those extra miles
What I like about this idea is that the "emergency service" would not mean waiting 15-30 minutes (assuming 110v/~1kW) to partially charge the main battery. Your idea would provide an instantaneous 1-3kWh of charge. But it also seems like a bit complicated of a system for emergencies that are going to get less and less frequent. I suspect that it might make more sense to have systems like this in utility vehicles (mostly commercial, but not necessarily) that might also be able to provide 50kW+ charging to other cars.
an above elbow glove would give you the ability to have cables that restrict the elbow fulcrum which could resist up and down movement. It wouldn't be true "weight" but it would give the impression of weight giving some resistance to the momvement of it.
I usually upgrade my Dell XPS 13 every other year but they really just make it worse overall. They focus so much on making it thinner every year when it gets so hot you can fry an egg on it. I upgrade because it has the best screen and the processors are more energy efficient. When Asus can make their dual screen 14" with 4k screens then I'll switch.
Just wanted to point out that driving simulators don’t need haptic gloves, sim racing equipments provide far more detailed feedback than these could ever do.
If ya'll impressed with what VR feels like, wait till you find out what REAL LIFE feels like.
I think they should've put a light gray under-glass print of where the trackpad is for some visual queues or maybe frosted glass everywhere around the trackpad
If only there was a way to get cheaper VR force gloves than from SenseGlove 😉
I know right. Up until the moment he said the name of the company i thought it was Lucas'voice on the tutorial
when I first saw the video I thought it was gonna be your gloves and then it turned out to be something else
@Daometh Did you see who you were replying to?
Clicked on this video hoping it was showing off your tech, was a little dissapointed
Can you imagine controlling a robot in a lab 3000 miles away with this? VR is also great for practicing on things you want to become good at. This will take humans to the next level
This!! Can you imagine controlling a robot on Pluto or on a remote unmanned spacecraft. I mean, the delay will be insane, but still... never gonna go there in person, probably money to be made just in giving people the experience.
The gloves seem really cool but I would be terrified the motors would mess up and break my fingers or not let me open my hands
Future of VR would be doing the things that you want to escape in the first place. Like I don't want to get tiered running hundreds of miles in VR. And VR will do exactly that. Build something for the sake of immersion that will make you feel tiered.
I was setting up my kids VR for his birthday....The thing is just fucking cool as hell. Im now wanting to get one myself because of it.
These companies have seen success in terms of design because they’ve used the apple aesthetic especially with that laptop design
I can imagine the ability VR has in controlling any of my senses when being used.
Great video! Love the VR tech content keep it up!
This is definitely a start, and could use some small tweaks in my opinion that would make it better. Here they are:-Trackpad has a white light illuminating the edges, similar to the touchbar up top-The bezels chamfered similarly to the MacBook Air M2 screen-The inside of the USB-C ports are white and not black to prevent visual clashing in the all-white chassis-Keys are slightly more defined and a little less flush with eachother. I think it types better that way
We are already wearing the most advanced VR headset we will ever have… the human body! When we take it off we will see the real world.
Please do more of these, I love them
Now imagine combining the VR gloves with the haptic vest? The future is exciting but scary at the same time lol
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I know what I’d be doing with those gloves 😏
A very elegant solution for the trackpad in the Dell laptop would've to outline it with soft white light, would fit very nicely with the touchbar as well
Or even just 1 really thin and light line on each side of the trackpad. Doesn't destroy the minimal look nor does it cost anything extra.
I've tried a demo once where they attatched motors to my right wrist and, in VR, I could balance a sphere on a plane just by feel. The most amazing part is that the torque ramps up as it gets near the further edges (as it should), and do the opposite as it got near my hand. I am really looking forward to that being more popular.
As a VR proponent haptic gloves, vests, etc are a total gimmick imo. That R&D and funds could be used on better games, display/lenses tech, or best of all BCIs for true VR experiences sooner rather than later.
Great tech, but VR is a bit worrisome of how it might negatively affect the youth and society.
Lol, just bought that laptop after watching a bunch of reviews that all mention those exact 3 points...Love it, Sooo prettty. only thing that almost stopped me was the touch bar but can remap the esc or del key if it really starts bothering me
Now this is definitely another step towards fully immersive VR experience, to be able to grab things by hand and feel the objects. Next up is to smell and taste 😋
@Hunter Lind Not in the slightest. The index has finger tracking, not resistance and feedback. You can't "feel" anything on the index with these gloves you can.
@Joel yeah but i cant tell if there's a fire or anything, if something dangerous happens, I could be stuck in a fire, so having something like that helps, its like how deaf people have subtitles on the tv so they can "see" the words
@Malindrome That seems kinda pointless, unless we are talking about direct brain conection I don't see the point of having "smell subtitles" except for very specific applications.
@Lamb sword art online flashbacks
Valve Index can already do all of this for the most part.
Well for that glove if we could find ways to have materials contract/constrict the same way our muscles in some way or another (perhaps through electric current?) It could be feasible
Love the immune book hiding in the background. Loved that book