AdColony and Immersion Team Up for Haptic ‘TouchSense’ Ads

MAW has been alerted that AdColony and Immersion Corporation will expand their partnership to offer what the firms have named “TouchSense Ads.” The ads, destined for AdColony’s mobile advertising platform, are designed with Immersion’s haptic technology, which leverage the power of touch to improve campaign performance and drive brand engagement.

“By bringing touch to ads, brands and advertisers have an advanced advertising capability to creatively tell their brand story and reach audiences with their messages,” the AdColony crew tells us.

By Michael Wiser, Mobile Advertising Watch

Read more: http://mobileadvertisingwatch.com/adcolony-immersion-team-haptic-touchsense-ads-25467


Mobile advertising with haptics significantly boosts engagement rates – Immersion TouchSense Ads are coming to Teads

Touch can significantly boost engagement and interaction with mobile adverts. That is why, Immersion Corp., the developer of touch feedback technology has partnered with Teads, the outstream video advertising firm, to distribute TouchSense Ads in Latin America and Europe.

TouchSense Ads are based on the Immersion haptic technology and let advertisers and brands create mobile video experiences which are touchable. The agreement with Teads means that TouchSense Ads can now be distributed on its mobile web advertising platform, which paves the way for clients to leverage haptics.

By Anne Freier, MobyAffliantes

Read more: http://www.mobyaffiliates.com/blog/mobile-advertising-with-haptics-significantly-boosts-engagement-rates-immersion-touchsense-ads-are-coming-to-teads/


TouchSense Force Plugin Aims to Help VR Game Devs Make Better Haptics, Faster

 

Founded in 1993, Immersion Corp. designs and licenses haptic technology that’s come to be used in gamepads you’re well familiar with. Now the company is developing a new haptic programming system which aims to help game developers make better haptics effects for their games, faster.

by Ben Lang, Road to VR

Read more: http://www.roadtovr.com/touchsense-force-plugin-aims-help-vr-game-devs-make-better-haptics-faster/


Three Mobile Trends to Watch in 2017: Post-MWC Thoughts

 

We are also going to see a rise in 360 degree video ads and even ads that incorporate the mobile device itself – touch and vibration. Teads is already building this haptic technology into mobile ads through a partnership with Immersion, which will add vibration to an ad featuring a cocktail being shaken, to expand engagement beyond the screen.

By Todd Tran, MarketingTech

Read more: https://www.marketingtechnews.net/news/2017/mar/27/three-mobile-trends-watch-2017-post-mwc-thoughts/


AdColony and Immersion Prolong Their Partnership

 

Immersion Corporation, a leading developer and licensor of touch feedback technology, and Adcolony, which is the biggest mobile advertising platform in the world; have announced that they will extend their partnership to bring Touchsense ads (ads that consumers can feel) to brands and advertisers that place their ads on AdColony’s mobile advertising platform. Created using Immersion’s haptic technology, Touchsense Ads make their campaigns stand out with the power of touch, which ultimately boost consumer engagement and overall ad performance.

Video Advertising News

Read more: http://videoadvertisingnews.com/video-advertising/adcolony-and-immersion-prolong-their-partnership-to-provide-more-touchsense-ads/


Immersion reveals TouchSense Force for better touch feedback in games

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Immersion has a long history in the gaming industry from its early efforts pioneering rumble on the Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox console platforms. For more than 20 years, it has enabled game developers to differentiate their products with high-quality touch effects.

By Dean Takahashi, Venture Beat

Read more: http://venturebeat.com/2017/02/22/immersion-reveals-touchsense-force-for-better-touch-feedback-in-games/


Nintendo Switch Specs: How Its Touchscreen Feature Works

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The Nintendo Switch specs feature top-of-the-line hybrid functionality. It is packed with two Joy-con controllers and a touch screen capability, which adds variety to gameplay. However, none of the games are maximizing this feature. Ever wondered why? Immersion announced that they signed a multi-year collaboration with game giant Nintendo to build their patent with the Switch. The technology will assist developers during their design efforts by using the TouchSense software suite.

Read more: http://www.videogamesrepublic.com/nintendo-switch-specs-how-its-touchscreen-feature-works/10194