Some gamers complain that virtual reality is not able to provide complete immersion in the gameplay, but the developers are trying to fill in the gaps and their new creation was the Hardlight vest, which allows you to feel your body touching virtual objects, vibration from a shell bursting nearby, or pain from a bullet. The VR accessory is designed for the upper body – the back, chest, shoulders, arms and stomach are used to convey a virtual sense of touch thanks to 16 vibration modules that affect a specific muscle group. Also, Hardlight has built-in USB ports 2.0 and 3.0, with an audio jack of 3.5 mm and sensors that track the movements of body parts relative to the VR headset and synchronize the position of the torso in virtual reality. The vest is compatible with HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR VR headsets, while it connects to a PC via a USB cable and is offered in a universal size with adjustable straps to fit the body. The pre-ordered Hardlight vest for Kickstarter is priced at $ 399. The first deliveries to customers are scheduled for September this year.