Wearable Exoskeleton Hands Let You Interact With The Digital World


Dexmo, a set of exoskeleton gloves designed by Dexta Labs, provide tactile feedback for humans interacting in the digital world, like playing video games or watching midget prOn.

The Dexmo glove lets you feel everything your avatar is feeling. When you hit a digital object, a signal is sent back via a built-in SDK to the exoskeleton’s small actuators, which in turn brake and lock the gadget’s joints.

If you run into a wall in the digital world, you feel it. If you punch a digital midget prostitute in the throat, you actually feel your knuckles getting smashed in real-time.

Plus they just look really friggen awesome.

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