HaptX's technology delivers the most realistic touch sensations in the world, and I'm one of the lucky few who gets to share it with people.
In my last three posts, we discussed tactile feedback, vibrotactile (vibration) feedback, and thermal feedback. This time, may the force be with you as we dive into force feedback.
In my last two posts, we dissected tactile feedback and vibrotactile (vibration) feedback. This time, things are heating up (and cooling down), as we dive into thermal feedback.
Most of us understand that thermal feedback is what lets you know that an ice cube is cold and a flame is warm; however, thermal feedback is more than just temperature.
In a previous post, I described how haptics can be divided into a series of “sensory channels” — tactile, vibrotactile, force, and thermal. I focused on tactile feedback in that post. This time, let’s move on to vibrotactile (vibration) feedback.
People come to me to pitch their wildest ideas.
I signed myself up for this when I founded Proof of Concept, my early-stage technology development company. Over the years, people have walked through my door and pitched perpetual motion machines, zero-point energy devices, and all manner of other physically impossible doodads.