As a hand machine interface, CaptoGlove delivers a unique and immersive experience on a wide variety of platforms and game genres, including virtual reality, augmented reality, first-person shooters, flight sims & more.
Plug & Play
Simple and easy setup for PC, iOS and Android devices (starting from March 2018). Capability to work with many more Bluetooth-enabled devices and upcoming gaming consoles.
No add-on necessary
Designed for versatility and immediate use, CaptoGlove does not require a special prepared area, or any additional hardware/software such as external cameras, specific games or costly gaming PCs.
CaptoGlove uses natural hand movements as control gestures for a quick and easy learning curve.
Touch Screen Compatible
Capacitive fingers will allow using your smart devices without the need to take off CaptoGlove.
Compatible with smartphone controlled drones supporting gamepads.
CaptoGlove’s textile developed by world’s premier manufacturers of equipment for soccer and winter sports.
Cross platform compatibility
Fully compatible with iOS and Android devices (starting from March 2018).
Completely washable after removal of the sensors. Pockets and loops inside CaptoGlove will help you replace them.
Compatible with Smartphone devices (starting from March 2018).
Energy Saving and Wireless
Connects to devices via Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE) 4.0 allowing for 10 hours of continuous gaming or use.
Fully compatible with any Windows PC.
CaptoGlove comes with a suite of customization software that is available for PCs and will be available in May 2018 for iOS & Android. SDKs for Unity3D has been released and Unreal 4 will also be available in April 2018.
In particular: Windows PC compatible, iOS & Android Apps (to be released in May 2018), SDKs for independent development on Unity3D (Version 5+ released), Unreal Engine (Version 4 to be released in April 2018), iOS framework (iOS 8.0 to be released in May 2018), Android framework (Android 4.3, API level 18, to be released in May 2018), Windows C# and Windows C++ library (Windows 8.1) already released.
How it works