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Wireless Music touch glove
Used with a piano keyboard. Vibrates your fingers so that you know which keys to play when learning the instrument.
Credit: Georgia Tech
Peregrine games controller glove
Control your video games with your hands. Set short cuts to hand gestures. Touch your fingers to perform the action.
Robotic grip gloves
Developed by General Motors and NASA. When the pressure increases in the finger tips, the glove tendons retract, holding the pressure and reducing the amount of force needed to hold the tool.
You can grip tools for longer without getting tired.
Credit: General Motors