Hi everyone! I am not sure if this is the correct place for this post, sorry if it isn't.
I've seen some force feedback/haptic gloves mainly used for VR and thought it would be a cool idea to implement it using an Arduino. Here is an example.
In the video, it is mentioned that the product is using servos. I thought about using the SG90 servos to hold your fingers in a calculated position using flex sensors and such. But I'm not sure how you would be able to move your fingers freely because rotating the servo by hand is 1) hard to turn and 2) might break the servo's gears. Is there any other motor type that can do this? Or am I looking at the problem the wrong way? I also thought about some way to engage and disengage the servo mechanically, not sure if that would work. Especially because I have no knowledge at all in mechanical stuff. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!