A Japanese Startup has Figured Out How to Feel Real Pain in VRby@strateh76

A Japanese Startup has Figured Out How to Feel Real Pain in VR

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Japanese startup H2L uses electrical stimulation to control arm muscles and mimic sensations such as catching a ball. It allows a user avatar in the meta world to mimic body movements. At the same time, it allows people to feel the presence and weight of a person. The startup has raised about ¥1 billion and is valued at ¥5 billion. The company plans to go public and raise ¥20 billion in the next five years. It has set a goal of "freeing people from any limitations imposed by body, space, and time"

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