Building Advanced Human-Machine-Interfaces with In-Car Haptic Technologies

Building advanced human-machine-interfaces with in-car haptic technologies

Car-makers are increasingly incorporating haptics (touch feedback technology) into automotive touchscreens and touchpads. Drivers and passengers need realtime effective feedback when accessing in-vehicle entertainment systems, which often have flat screens. Haptics brings the sensation of the real world, such as buttons and knobs, to the car interface, according to Immersion Corporation, one of the leaders in haptic technology.