3D print VR gloves with haptic feedback

JollyJamma

Active Member
Hi all

Do you have some time on your hands, a 3D printer and patience? you might just want to create your own VR gloves with haptic feedback.

You'll need to get certain items like b10k ohm Potentiometer (5x per hand), 9g servo motors for haptics(5x per hand), ESP32 Dev Board or Arduino (1x per hand), Cheap retractable badge reels (for the rotary springs, 5x per hand), Glove material of your choice and a few other things like WD40.

I saw this on LTT but the original creator has been around for a while. He's created several versions of the gloves and there's a community working around it as well. I'd say that getting the current version creates a pretty amazing result for the money.

Here's the link to the project including firmware, 3D printing images and more

LTT review

 

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