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Some of our clients

client logo ZDF

The Prime II Gloves give us opportunities to tell new stories and develop completely new services in media production.
The accuracy of these gloves allows us to break new ground in character animation.


Mario Hill

Motion Graphic Designer at ZDF Digital

client logo the Mill

We chose the Manus Gloves due to the tight integration with Xsens, giving us a straightforward workflow for streaming hand and body tracking data into Unreal Engine as a single source, easy to work with and retarget to our characters for real-time animation.


Tia Perkins
Senior Content Producer at The Mill

The gloves were responsive and gratifying. Turning my hands into a fist, picking up the fireflies, tapping imaginary objects in virtual reality were all mirrored in virtual reality.

Lily Parsuethsut

Editor at Weareable

Reach out, turn up your palms, wiggle your fingers - the initial moments of using Manus fulfill your basic expectations of what VR gloves should feel like.


Will Fulton
Contributer at Digital Trends

The haptics, with their Heath Robinson appearance, were equally impressive. Though the wireless gloves lack the machinery to stop your hands actually moving, the sensation of reaching out and grabbing something in a simulation is immeasurable improved by the gentle, or firm, tap on the fingertip.

Richard Speed

Editor at The Register

There are no buttons to learn or special movements to master, you just reach out and touch thingslike you would in real life. Removing that layer of abstraction that a controller introduces skyrockets thesense of presence.


David Jagneaux
Senior Editor at Upload

The digital hand was perfectly tuned, every little wiggle and bend at the knuckle accurately portrayed on-screen with no lag.

Peter Graham

Senior Staff Writer at VRFocus

There are no buttons to learn or special movements to master, you just reach out and touch thingslike you would in real life. Removing that layer of abstraction that a controller introduces skyrockets thesense of presence.


David Jagneaux
Senior Editor at Upload

Animedia: How to ground - Castorama

Utilizing the Prime II Gloves to capture fine finger movement, Animedia created a series of tutorials for Castorama's marketing campaign (the French subsidiary of Kingfisher).

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Kite & Lightning: Baby Yoda spoof music video - Elle King song (Baby Outlaw)

Made by a single artist in three weeks using one pair of Prime II Xsens Gloves, an Xsens suit, and an Apple iPhone X. Rendered in realtime in the Unreal Engine.

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Internal Project: Gesture recognition using machine learning

Arsene van der Bilt, product specialist at Manus, shows the flexibility of the Manus Core Software.

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Nick Bauer

A behind the scenes look at a few animations created by Nick Bauer using the Prime II Xsens gloves in Cinema 4D.

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ZDF Digital: Blik Nach Vorn (Looking Forward)

A look behind the scenes of the short film "Blick Nach Vorn" (Looking Forward) by the team of ZDF Digital. Creators Mario Hill and Christian Michelmann approach the stylistic perspective of a woman from the generation of "post-reunification…

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Wave: T-Pain School Of Business

The Manus Prime Xsens gloves were featured during an episode of T-Pain School of Business. In this episode T-Pain gives a virtual concert wearing an Xsens suit together with the Prime Xsens gloves to animate his album mascot in real-time.

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