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Wired Golf Glove Translates Sign Language
Wired Golf Glove Translates Sign Language
Published: 2009/04/21
Channel: AirForceTheCircuit
Imogen Heap Performance with Musical Gloves Demo | WIRED 2012 | WIRED
Imogen Heap Performance with Musical Gloves Demo | WIRED 2012 | WIRED
Published: 2013/01/11
Channel: WIRED UK
Marcel Modular Data Glove
Marcel Modular Data Glove
Published: 2017/06/05
Channel: BeBop Sensors
This Real-Life Iron Man Glove Can Do Some Damage | WIRED
This Real-Life Iron Man Glove Can Do Some Damage | WIRED
Published: 2016/07/14
Channel: WIRED
Imogen Heap
Imogen Heap's Mi.Mu gloves will "change the way we make music"
Published: 2014/04/27
Channel: Dezeen
Data Glove & Insole Sensors
Data Glove & Insole Sensors
Published: 2015/06/12
Channel: BeBop Sensors
Hotwired Heated Glove Liners Review at RevZilla.com
Hotwired Heated Glove Liners Review at RevZilla.com
Published: 2016/11/01
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Virtual Reality P5 Data Glove Installation Instruction Video
Virtual Reality P5 Data Glove Installation Instruction Video
Published: 2010/01/23
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P5 Data Glove! Unboxing, Teardown, Hack, and RAGE!
P5 Data Glove! Unboxing, Teardown, Hack, and RAGE!
Published: 2016/03/15
Channel: Zack Freedman
Data glove drives robotic hand
Data glove drives robotic hand
Published: 2012/07/23
Channel: wmdtg
Data glove could use like a justice
Data glove could use like a justice
Published: 2012/07/20
Channel: basheer qasim
Data Glove and Robot hand
Data Glove and Robot hand
Published: 2016/09/17
Channel: Steven Nelson
DIY Data Glove V2
DIY Data Glove V2
Published: 2015/01/07
Channel: Jason Benson
DataGlove
DataGlove
Published: 2012/07/13
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Virtual Reality - Manus VR Gloves Demo, CGDC - "Data Gloves"
Virtual Reality - Manus VR Gloves Demo, CGDC - "Data Gloves"
Published: 2016/03/21
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Homebrew VR Data Glove with Haptic Feedback
Homebrew VR Data Glove with Haptic Feedback
Published: 2014/11/03
Channel: Paul Christian
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gloving wired gloves practice
Published: 2012/04/07
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iMax Wired Glove
iMax Wired Glove
Published: 2012/07/24
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Gerbing Coreheat12 Heated Glove Liner Review at RevZilla.com
Gerbing Coreheat12 Heated Glove Liner Review at RevZilla.com
Published: 2013/12/14
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Experiment Test of A Human-machine Interface on a Data-glove
Experiment Test of A Human-machine Interface on a Data-glove
Published: 2016/09/01
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Home made Virtual Reality data glove
Home made Virtual Reality data glove
Published: 2014/01/05
Channel: yomboprime
data glove prototype
data glove prototype
Published: 2009/03/14
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ISEF 05 - Data Glove
ISEF 05 - Data Glove
Published: 2008/05/15
Channel: WIRED
5DT Data Glove 5 OpenGL HandsTest
5DT Data Glove 5 OpenGL HandsTest
Published: 2011/05/27
Channel: Justin V
NAP436 UU - Arthritis finger joint wireless data glove
NAP436 UU - Arthritis finger joint wireless data glove
Published: 2015/05/29
Channel: Tyndallweb
ArduIMU Data Glove (6 Bend Sensors)
ArduIMU Data Glove (6 Bend Sensors)
Published: 2013/01/12
Channel: Plusea
Pre-wired Glove Lightshow
Pre-wired Glove Lightshow
Published: 2012/12/30
Channel: lilmikemarin
First Data Glove Experience
First Data Glove Experience
Published: 2008/12/18
Channel: Mehmet Akif CAKAR
Home made data glove
Home made data glove
Published: 2014/01/05
Channel: yomboprime
Data Glove Demo  - 3D, Graph, Glove
Data Glove Demo - 3D, Graph, Glove
Published: 2017/03/23
Channel: 5DTVideos
Data Glove 2
Data Glove 2
Published: 2016/09/19
Channel: Steven Nelson
P5 Data Glove review
P5 Data Glove review
Published: 2013/01/25
Channel: Matt Vine
Arduino
Arduino 'Data glove' for Unity.
Published: 2015/10/18
Channel: fromdeepitcame
Hand and finger gesture recognition using data glove
Hand and finger gesture recognition using data glove
Published: 2012/05/28
Channel: SCRIPT Project
P5 Virtual Reality Data Glove Unboxing, Review & Testing
P5 Virtual Reality Data Glove Unboxing, Review & Testing
Published: 2013/04/20
Channel: The Sethioz Project
data glove progress
data glove progress
Published: 2016/06/28
Channel: Gil P
Data Glove by Sensfusion
Data Glove by Sensfusion
Published: 2016/11/30
Channel: Qiang Xu
INTERACT Data Glove M24 Demonstrator
INTERACT Data Glove M24 Demonstrator
Published: 2015/10/29
Channel: INTERACT FP7
Data Glove with Accelerometers - Grade Proyect [Ver. Final]
Data Glove with Accelerometers - Grade Proyect [Ver. Final]
Published: 2013/02/18
Channel: shiftry
Gloving with Pre-wired Glove set/ Donlad Trump Dupstep
Gloving with Pre-wired Glove set/ Donlad Trump Dupstep
Published: 2011/10/07
Channel: Sam Kane
Data Glove with Accelerometers - Grade Proyect [Ver. Beta]
Data Glove with Accelerometers - Grade Proyect [Ver. Beta]
Published: 2013/02/18
Channel: shiftry
Grade
Grade's Thesis - Data Glove Part 2 of 2
Published: 2006/11/29
Channel: Omar Contreras
Data glove demo
Data glove demo
Published: 2010/01/11
Channel: Anh Pham
LEVITTOWN NOIR.  WORKING OUT THE KINECT AND DATA GLOVE Clip #27
LEVITTOWN NOIR. WORKING OUT THE KINECT AND DATA GLOVE Clip #27
Published: 2015/05/13
Channel: terrafirmanova
Phantom Omni Device und Data Glove zur Drachensteuerung Masterprojekt HTWK 2009
Phantom Omni Device und Data Glove zur Drachensteuerung Masterprojekt HTWK 2009
Published: 2009/05/15
Channel: trackingmaster
CyberGlove
CyberGlove
Published: 2015/07/22
Channel: Laval France
MediaMontage Application using P5 Data Glove
MediaMontage Application using P5 Data Glove
Published: 2013/06/07
Channel: Kester Sheridan
CLAUDIA AND THE PROGRAMMED DATA GLOVE  FRAGMENT FILMS.Clip #23
CLAUDIA AND THE PROGRAMMED DATA GLOVE FRAGMENT FILMS.Clip #23
Published: 2015/05/13
Channel: terrafirmanova
Data Glove
Data Glove
Published: 2011/06/30
Channel: vcimlab
Data from the data glove!
Data from the data glove!
Published: 2014/10/21
Channel: joerbowers
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A P5 wired glove being used as a mouse

A wired glove (also called a "dataglove" [Oxford English Dictionary] or "cyberglove") is an input device for human–computer interaction worn like a glove.

Various sensor technologies are used to capture physical data such as bending of fingers. Often a motion tracker, such as a magnetic tracking device or inertial tracking device, is attached to capture the global position/rotation data of the glove. These movements are then interpreted by the software that accompanies the glove, so any one movement can mean any number of things. Gestures can then be categorized into useful information, such as to recognize sign language or other symbolic functions.

Expensive high-end wired gloves can also provide haptic feedback, which is a simulation of the sense of touch. This allows a wired glove to also be used as an output device. Traditionally, wired gloves have only been available at a huge cost, with the finger bend sensors and the tracking device having to be bought separately.

Wired gloves are often used in virtual reality environments and to mimic human hand movement by robots.

History[edit]

The Sayre Glove, created by Electronic Visualization Laboratory in 1977, was the first wired glove.[1]

In 1982 Thomas G. Zimmerman filed a patent (US Patent 4542291) on an optical flex sensor mounted in a glove to measure finger bending. Zimmerman worked with Jaron Lanier to incorporate ultrasonic and magnetic hand position tracking technology to create the Power Glove and Data Glove, respectively (US Patent 4988981, filed 1989). The optical flex sensor used in the Data Glove was invented by Young L. Harvill[2] who scratched the fiber near the finger joint to make it locally sensitive to bending.

One of the first wired gloves available to home users in 1987 was the Nintendo Power Glove. This was designed as a gaming glove for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It had a crude tracker and finger bend sensors, plus buttons on the back. The resistive sensors in the PowerGlove were also used by hobbyists to create their own datagloves.[3]

This was followed by the CyberGlove, created by Virtual Technologies, Inc. in 1990. Virtual Technologies was acquired by Immersion Corporation in September 2000. In 2009, the CyberGlove line of products was divested by Immersion Corporation and a new company, CyberGlove Systems LLC, took over development, manufacturing and sales of the CyberGlove.

In addition to the CyberGlove, Immersion Corp also developed three other data glove products: the CyberTouch, which vibrates each individual finger of the glove when a finger touches an object in virtual reality; the CyberGrasp which actually simulates squeezing and touching of solid as well as spongy objects; and the CyberForce device which does all of the above and also measures the precise motion of the user's entire arm.

In 2002, the P5 Glove was released. In normal applications, it worked as a two-dimensional mouse and a few computer games were specially adapted to provide "3D" support for it. The P5 glove is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP and the classic Mac OS. Unofficial drivers for Linux exist as well. While it received some positive reviews from gadget and gaming magazines, its lack of compatible software and other issues caused it to remain a novelty.[citation needed] It has since been discontinued.

Following the P5 Glove is 5th Glove. A data glove and flexor strip kit (5th Glove DFK) sold by Fifth Dimension Technologies. The package uses flexible optical-bending sensing to track hand and arm movement. The glove can be used with 5DT's ultrasonic tracking system, the 5DT Head and 5DT Hand tracker, which can track movement from up to two metres away from the unit's transmitter.

Concerned about the high cost of the most complete commercial solutions, Pamplona et al. propose a new input device: an image-based data glove (IBDG).[4] By attaching a camera to the hand of the user and a visual marker to each finger tip, they use computer vision techniques to estimate the relative position of the finger tips. Once they have information about the tips, they apply inverse kinematics techniques in order to estimate the position of each finger joint and recreate the movements of the fingers of the user in a virtual world.[5] Adding a motion tracker device, one can also map pitch, yaw, roll and XYZ-translations of the hand of the user, (almost) recreating all the gesture and posture performed by the hand of the user in a low cost device.

Alternatives[edit]

An alternative to wired gloves is to use a camera and computer vision to track the 3D pose and trajectory of the hand, at the cost of tactile feedback.[6]

Popular culture[edit]

The film adaptation of Minority Report makes use of wireless gloves to control futuristic computer-like peripherals.

The Nintendo Power Glove was prominently shown off in Nintendo's product placement film The Wizard, memorably wielded by antagonist Lucas Barton (Jackey Vinson).

Academic and research projects[edit]

The concept of a wired glove has been traditionally popular in the research and engineering community. Engineers continue to develop prototypes that use innovative sensor technologies and architectures to achieve the goal of gesture recognition. For example, one such project is the Smart Glove, developed in 2009 by the then electronics engineering students Arvind Ramana, Subramanian KS, Suresh and Shiva. This project was an innovative design making interesting use of hall effect switches and custom home made bend sensors.

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References[edit]

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