NeoMano is an everyday robotic glove for patients with paralysis
For turning pages, opening doors and brushing teeth.
Mark Zuckerberg demos finger-tracking Oculus gloves
"You can draw, type on a virtual keyboard, and even shoot webs like Spider Man."
Ben Heck's NES Power Glove teardown
A throwback to one of the first wearable game controllers.
Magnets could soon track your fingers in virtual reality
Oculus hopes you'll one day grab VR objects thanks to magnetic sensors.
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