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Zuckerberg's new gloves shoot spider web in V.R.

Feb 10, 2017, 6:08 AM EST
(Source: Nabeel H/flickr)
(Source: Nabeel H/flickr)

Facebook C.E.O. Mark Zuckerberg recently displayed a pair of high-tech gloves that let the user do a variety of things from finger painting to typing to shooting webs in virtual reality. Zuckerberg said the sleek gloves designed at Oculus’s Redmond-based research facility push the boundaries of virtual and augmented reality.  

The gloves, featuring a smart blend of advanced optics, eye tracking, mixed reality and new technologies for mapping the human body, are part of a vision where the tech giants want to create highly mobile and interactive V.R. devices that can provide any experience to the users, writes Tech Crunch.

The latest advance can unlock the true potential of virtual reality, and in the near future, our computing activities might get independent of those physical keyboards, notes The Tech Portal.

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