We propose a novel cylindrical interface called MeisterGRIP that treats the force vector distribution. This elastic device allows institutional and dexterous robot manipulation based on vision-based tactile-sensing technology. Furthermore, it provides universal manipulation that can tolerate the personal differences in hand sizes and grasping postures of the users. This device is proposed for use in a cockpit to manipulate a robot in both real and virtual environments (Figure 2). We attached a stick to the device and fixed it to the ground. By using the force information measured from MeisterGRIP, the user can manipulate not just the robotic hand, but the robotic arm. To manipulate the robotic arm, we use the six-axis force information caluculated from force vector distribution. Using this device, the users would feel as if they become a robot in remote environment by only the information of user's grasping.