Facebook announced a bracelet that allows you to interact with VR objects

If VR technology ever becomes mainstream, it will have to abandon cumbersome

accessories while maintaining the same functionality. Following this idea, the Facebook company announced a Tasbi device, with which users will forget what glove controllers are.

How it works

Perspective development is a pairsmall bracelets, worn on the wrist. They are able to shrink or vibrate, depending on the user's actions in virtual reality. Unfortunately, Tasbi cannot track movements of hands and fingers on its own. For this purpose, the device is proposed to be used in pairs with special computer vision software and VR headset cameras. However, the developers see a different way out of the problem: you can also track the position of the limbs using the sounding electrical signal technology that Facebook patented in early 2019.