SenseGlove originates from the graduation project of its two founders, Johannes Luijten and Gijs den Butter, at the Delft University of Technology. They created a core technology of SenseGlove, which is used today by industry and research clients like Volkswagen, Airbus, Scania, Honda, Cambridge University, TNO, Fraunhofer, Siemens, and many more. Together with its clients and partners, SenseGlove is transforming the way we interact with the digital world by making virtual interactions feel real.
SenseGlove develops force feedback gloves that enable touch in VR. Its patented force feedback technology enables lifelike interactions, allowing to feel shapes, density and resistance of any virtual object. The original version of SenseGlove (DK1) has been on the market since 2018 and is still being used for VR research. In 2021 SenseGlove announced SenseGlove Nova, a new version of haptic force-feedback gloves designed specifically for VR training and enterprise purposes. It is the most intuitive device to bring realism to VR and upscale all kinds of programs, such as training to handle hazardous materials, carrying out complex tasks with multiple tools and objects, learning to design and test physical prototypes. The Nova features an updated flexible form-factor in combination with unparalleled haptic technologies and smooth hand tracking that enables users to feel virtual objects easier than ever before.