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New wearable skin lets you touch things and be touched in VR

av ReThink Tech | Publicerades 10/1/2019

Scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne have invented an ultra-thin second skin that can deform and adapt to your moving body.  The skin is designed to give you touch feedback that feels natural without using electronic vibration. This could be the breakthrough that VR headsets have been missing. If this can be made into a viable product, VR could finally take the world by storm.

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