Perception Neuron 3 Glove Sensor Kit & Base Glove

The Perception Neuron 3 Gloves utilize 6 sensors. 3 sensors for each hand. With specific locations on the thumb, index and middle finger. Using Perception Neuron’s IK solver, users will see all 5 fingers moving, even with only 3 sensors.

3-Finger Capture

With the finger kit, utlize just 3 sensors per hand to capture finger motion.

With the capture of 3 fingers per hand, users can maintain movement for all fingers. Axis Studio configures the ring and pinky fingers to move along with the middle finger.

Glove Sensor Kit includes:

(6) Perception Neuron 3 Sensors.
Each sensor is only 27.9x 16.2 x 11.6mm and weighs 4.1g.

Base Glove Sizing Reference

Palm Circumference

Measure around the hand at the fullest part (exclude thumb)

Middle Finger Length

Measure from the tip of the middle finger to the base of the middle finger

Available Sizes:
SMALL (S)MEDIUM (M)LARGE (L)
PALM CIRCUMFERENCE:
16 – 19 cm
PALM CIRCUMFERENCE:
19 – 22 cm
PALM CIRCUMFERENCE:
22 – 25 cm
MIDDLE FINGER LENGTH:
6.5 – 7.5 cm
MIDDLE FINGER LENGTH:
7.5 – 8.5 cm
MIDDLE FINGER LENGTH:
8.5 – 8.5 cm
Includes:

1 Set of Perception Neuron 3 gloves

Washable and Stretchable fabric

Note: PN3 kits include a pair of MEDIUM SIZE base gloves.


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