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Hardlight VR Suit

Hardlight is a revolutionary suit that lets you feel the game you are playing. The lightweight VR Suit works with VR and PC games, and features several positional haptics sensors and vibration nodes that let the user feel the thrill of every explosion, gunshot, and sword fight in VR. Each muscle group gets its own haptic zone, for your chest, abdomen, shoulders, and arms, allowing you to feel when you’ve been hit, shot, knocked, or touched. The Hardlight Suit is the final piece to complete your virtual reality experience. watch the video below

Learn more from Hardlight VR, or pre-order now from Kickstarter




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