This document is intended to orient product and program managers working in enterprise virtual reality (EVR) application areas who are considering adding haptic feedback technologies to their new or existing projects. This document collects several decades of combined experience in this specific area by members of the Haptics Industry Forum. More information available at https://hapticsif.org.
UX Impacts of Haptic Latency in Automotive Interfaces – Literature Review and User Study Originally published on July 2013; Revised March 2021 Amaya B. Weddle, Hua Yu, and Maggie MorenoWith updated introduction provided by Felipe Almeida The implementation of touchscreens is almost ubiquitous in the automotive industry, with roughly 99% of the new vehicles produced […]
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This document outlines the frequency range and acceleration speeds required to produce hi-definition tactile effects in a variety of mobile and handheld consumer electronic products.
This guidebook explores how we are impacted by touch in the deepest parts of our brains and how we can use the sense of touch to tell our stories in digital products.