The mobile VR arena is getting some love at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Pico, makers of the Goblin, announced that their device will be testing a new hand tracking input solution. This new tech comes from a partnership with uSens, makers of a 26DoF (degrees of freedom) hand tracking device call Fingo.
The Fingo will come as an attachment with a custom mount for the Goblin. It will then allow users to experience full hand tacking, in place of using the 3DoF controller. Unfortunately, this upgrade will only be supporting custom enterprise and educational content. However, that is only the beginning.
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