Tagged: Glove

Get these Iron Man themed gadgets and you’re already a superhero!

Iron Man Gadgets

One superhero that has captured the imagination of many out there is surely Iron Man. This modern day, one man army against the evil is super cool and inspires many to follow suite. So it is pretty obvious that gadgets inspired by Iron Man are quite popular and in plenty out there. So, let’s check-out our choice collection of the best Iron Man themed gadgets that are too hard to resist and you’ll like for sure.
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Oxstren smart gym glove is set to change the way you workout

Oxstren glove

Pratik Saraogi, a Purdue University dropout and law graduate from Mumbai University proves the proverb ‘necessity is the mother of invention’ affirmative with the invention of Oxstren – world’s first smart gym glove. Pratik, a fitness buff was sick of all types of wearable fitness devices available in the market since, most of them just tracked steps and calories burnt. Requiring a complete monitoring device for the gym, Partik developed Oxstren smart glove that is not just for workout tracking, but is a real time gym instructor. Read More…

GloveOne wearable lets you feel virtual reality for real!

GloveOne Glove Wearables

GloveOne adds the dimension of touch for your VR experience

Virtual reality lets you interact with augmented environment in such a way that it feels real, aided by visual and audio feed. But there is still an element missing, the element of touch and feel. GloveOne created by Spanish company NeuroDigital Technologies looks to plug this gap of sensation in virtual reality, literally making you feel it in the hands. The wearable is loaded with touch sensors that let the user feel the object in augmented reality environment via sensations created from 10 actuators placed on key points on the palms and fingertips.
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Soft robotic glove a boon for people with hand motor disabilities


People with hand motor disabilities (partial or complete) often face low confidence owing to their inability to perform normal daily activities. This further leads to a great reduction in their quality of life. There have been few miraculous innovations to help such patients regain confidence, but the new soft robotic glove by Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) engineers, is a near perfect execution. Read More…

Student develops glove to type anywhere or play musical instrument with finger movement

Malav shah sensor glove

Wearable technology is becoming the next big fad in technology. If you haven’t had the taste of wearable technology for your typing chores just yet, here is 15-year old Texas-based R.C. Clark High School student Malav Shah, who has developed a prototype glove with sensors to read finger motions and translate the same into data which can be easily displayed on a computer or a nearby device. Malav brought his invention to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburg. Malav was one among 1,702 finalists from more than 70 countries at the event. Read More…

This Iron Man laser glove can induce serious damage

Iron Man Laser Glove

When it comes to making impressive laser weapons and other DIY stuff, Patrick Priebe has no matching rivals who can provide some competition. In this edition of his laser weapons, the German DIY’er has come up with a damage inducing Iron Man Glove inspired by The Avengers: Age of Ultron movie that is absolutely cool. This dual laser firing glove is complete with light, sound and an ejecting shell to make all those simple Iron Man glove DIY’s seem lame.
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Touchpoint 2.0 – Touch enabled winter gloves as smart as your phone

Touchpoint 2 leather gloves

How many times has it happened that you have to use your phone in the chilling winter and it just kills you to move those fingers over the touchscreen. Under normal circumstances you wouldn’t expect your smartphone to respond well to the touch of a glove because it is not meant to do so. Even if it does, then the experience won’t be that smooth. Now you might have got an idea of what’s coming your way. A smart glove that is NFC enabled and makes using your smartphone in the cold a very pleasing experience.

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SenSei Glove aids blind people in sensing obstacles for easier commuting

SenSei Glove Nottingham University

Life is not easy when you have to spend whole of it not being able to see what’s around you. Many technologies have aimed to cure or get around this problem, but a very few have been close to curing it completely. The best approach is to develop alternative methods by which blindness can be countered. And what better than wearable technology. SenSei Glove developed by management students, Raivat Luthura and Serkan Oztas, from Nottingham University aims to help blind people by sensing the proximity of objects for safe navigation.
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Wearable Nixie drone wins $500,00 at Intel Make it Wearable competition

Drone Nixie Flyable & Wearable Camera quadcopter

A month ago we acquainted you with Nixie which is a wearable drone that sits right on your wrist. Right at that moment we knew that this wearable drone quadcopter is something special and deserves the accolades for its functionality and design. Now, the fact is confirmed as Nixie drone has won the Intel Make it Wearable competition, sweeping the grand prize of $500,000 at a function held in San Francisco. Nixie drone is primarily targeted for adventure seekers who like to take that perfect selfie or shoot amazing video footage of themselves amid intense action.
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SlyingShot – shock cancelling glove that prevents overuse injuries in tennis


Tennis is one of the most popular racket sports played around the world. There are a high number of competitive tennis tournaments, which lead to overuse injuries in players. Musculoskeletal injuries such as tennis elbow and tendonitis are very common injuries due to overuse. These injuries are not only limited to professionals, even non-competitive tennis players in age group of 12-18, are prone to such injuries due to improper and inadequate training and technique. To help players (both armature and professionals) prevent receptive stress injuries in tennis, Tianyi Sun Design has developed SlyingShot – shock cancelling glove which stops overuse injuries from developing. Read More…