One of the biggest tech trends of 2022 is undoubtedly the Metaverse. Aimed at increasing the level of immersion in the digital world, Shockwave VR is a full set of sensations and motion tracking. Not only does it track the wearer’s movements, but it’s also equipped with 64 haptic points, a full-body outfit that allows bodily sensations to become commonplace in the digital world. In addition, 64 haptic nodes are capable of generating “ghost effect vibrations” in areas without coverage, resulting in full-body haptic coverage.
A great example of a practical 3D printing application is the ‘Parametriks Print 001’, a custom sneaker developed using parametric algorithms. This is a future-oriented shoe with a comfortable, airflow-focused design that allows the foot to breathe while being surrounded by a custom mesh his matrix that is shaped specifically for the wearer’s foot. .
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