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Friday, 12 November 2021

Wearable devices will let you feel cold, heat, and pain in VR by applying chemicals to your skin


Created by researchers from the Human Computer Integration Lab at the University of Chicago, chemical haptics use self-contained wearable devices to simulate sensations while in virtual reality. The wearables combine silicone patches and micropumps to deliver five different chemicals to the surface of a person's skin.

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