Capture finger data directly in Xsens MVN and its plugins with the Manus Prime II Xsens gloves
Designed for entertainment, education and training, the Manus Prime II range support 11-degrees of freedom (11DoF) tracking including full finger spread as well as over-stretching. They have interchangeable batteries which provide 5 hours of continuous usage and a universal mounting system for third-party hardware like the Vive Trackers.
The entry-level Manus Prime II gloves are now almost half the price, down from $4500 to $2500. Or if you want haptic feedback the Prime II Haptic gloves now come in at $3,500 instead of $4,800. Lastly, the more specialized Manus Prime II XSens comes in at $5,800 with the company’s Manus Core software included.
“We at Manus are super excited about our new pricing, making high-end finger tracking more accessible for creators and developers,” said Bart Loosman, CEO at Manus in a statement. “We felt that the market was waiting for someone to break the mold on expensive tracking hardware, and we felt that should be us.”
Manus Core supports multiple tracking systems such as: OpenVR (SteamVR), OptiTrack, Antilatency, Vicon, and ART, and can be used with development tools such as Unreal Engine and Unity.
They are all available now at www.knoxlabs.com/manus
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