Japanese engineers offer to search for objects in troubled waters with the help of the innovative IrukaTact tactile feedback gloves they created. During rescue operations, specialists will be able to feel objects in the water without even touching them. The glove is equipped with a MaxBotix ultrasonic sonar, which is located on the inside of the human wrist. The reflected sonar signals pass through the Arduino on-board computer, which activates three micropumps mounted on the fingers – due to their work, pressure is applied to the silicone fingertips. Thus, the closer the underwater object is located to a specific finger, the stronger the pressure will be on it. This will help a person to \ Currently, the sonar area in IrukaTac does not exceed 0.6 meters, but researchers continue their research, hoping to improve the glove and, in particular, increase its range of action. Also, according to the developers, their invention will be able to find application in the growing field of virtual reality.