Touch feedback that’s more nuanced than a simple buzz could make virtual reality more real and cars safer.
By Rachel Metz on February 20, 2015
The offices of Immersion in San Jose, California, may be the touchy-feeliest place I’ve ever been. The walls of one conference room are lined with tablets, smartphones, smart watches, and other gadgets that all have the ability to stimulate your sense of touch.
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