Tag Archives: touch

Gloveone – Feel Virtual Realtiy


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Overview: Gloveone enables users to feel and touch any virtual object that they can see on the screen or in their VR headsets. If a virtual apple is shown on the screen, with Gloveone you will be able to feel its shape or weight, sense all of its physical features, and even smash it!

It is all about translating touch sensations into vibrations. There are 10 actuators distributed along the palm and fingertips of Gloveone, which vibrate independently at different frequencies and intensities, reproducing accurate touch sensations.

You can back this project at Gloveone | Kickstarter

Designer: NeuroDigital Technologies

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Touch Sensitive Guitar


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Overview: As the name indicates, the Touch Sensitive Guitar uses Touchskin surfaces in the neck, drum and wheel that allow users to effortlessly strum to their favorite tune. Aside from being easy to use, the guitar also includes a myriad of features including wireless linking to social media sites where you can see how you measure up to your friends and direct downloading of digital music tutorials for the built-in LED lighting guide.

Designer: Formquadrat

Echo – Smart Watch


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Overview: Unlike many other smart-watch concepts, the Echo doesn’t stray from the familiar watch form. Instead, it merges the most essential smartphone apps into a simplistic touch-screen circular face. Access your email, calendar, map, fitness and music apps all from the convenience of your wrist!

Designer: Brian Khouw

Cromatica – Speaker Light


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Overview: Nothing kills the aesthetic of a room quicker than an ugly alarm clock or speaker! If you’re in the market for something that will actually add to your vibe rather take away from it, look no further than Cromatica. It’s a combination light/speaker/clock system that can be controlled via Bluetooth from your smartphone to stream your tunes, set the alarm, or even customize the mood thanks to its LED RGB light system. A near-seamless touch sensor on top lets you control the volume, snooze, dim or turn the unit on/off.

Designer: Digital Habits

Ledwork- Interactive Lightforms


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Overview: “ledwork” is a series of highly tangible, autonomous lights that respond to touch and movement. Connected together with magnets, they form a swarm of light in which new patterns emerge as the lights talk to each other and work in an ever-changing colorful harmony. This invites the user to observe, explore and construct new physical configurations while deepening the connection between object and user.

Designers: Teun Verkerk, Thomas Van Oekelen, Cees-Willem Hofstede, Tom Goijer