Here’s something you can fondle with. The 3D interaction glove offers some virtual play with your hand, wrists, and more.
You use the glove to control a virtual hand, and using either vibration pads or an exoskeleton, the glove creates resistance when your virtual hand encounters a virtual object.
Originally developed for the military and now targeted at designers and engineers, the VirtualHand glove isn’t (yet) directly available for gaming or long distance relationships. Immersion does offer a software development kit for you to play around with, but they don’t tell you how much it costs, which means you probably can’t afford one.