Eindhoven startup Manus VR kicks off the new year at full speed. The startup is traveling to Las Vegas later this week to join CES, one of the most important technology events in the world.
We meet with CEO Stephan van den Brink a few days before and talk about working together with NASA and when to expect the first Manus VR glove.
It was smartphone maker HTC that invited Manus VR to join them at CES this year. Consumer Electronics Show, a leading US technology tradeshow, will start this Thursday and Manus VR from Eindhoven will be there.
Participating in such an event can yield unexpected contacts. The most important contact of the past year? That was NASA without a doubt. We meet Stephan on the third floor of the Videolab at Strijp-S. A small international team is working here on the development of the VR glove. A glove that allows the tracking of your hands and fingers in virtual reality.