Manus VR, the Eindhoven based developer of the first consumer VR glove, is partnering with NASA to train astronauts in augmented reality situations. The astronauts are prepared for the International Space Station. Manus’ Bob Vlemmix: “By recreating the ISS and matching this into virtual reality, NASA has created a more realistic training environment for their astronauts.” The Manus VR glove provides the astronauts with a true representation of their hands and intuitive interaction.

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