A small gaming hardware maker has developed a wearable device that allows users to feel the sensation of having their bodies riddled with bullets.
TN Games is demonstrating the unit at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
The company said that the vest can apply impacts for single or multiple bullet wounds, and "through and through missile injuries".
The ForceWear Vest also simulates kicks and punches in fighting games, and G-force effects in racing games and flight simulators.
TN Games hopes to ship the vest to PC users in November. The device will be available in black, camouflage and a special "racing vest" pattern designed to resemble the flame suits worn by pilots and racing drivers.
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