June 22, 2017

Soulmates

Very light haptic events with a light texture allow the user to feel the blood dripping down the singers forehead. Stronger effects are used when we see scenes from the show that are a bit more visually stronger and require more presence.…
June 22, 2017

Feel It Still

Few visual elements and a steady beat make this great for beat based haptics
When the visual based events occur, haptics on the beat are lowered to allow the events to push through
Similar to sound design, when you want something to be prominent in a mix you bring other events down…
June 21, 2017

Spectacle Of The Real

A lot of different textures in this one. Fire, stretching mouth, smoke, etc. all feel completely different. o To create feeling of stretching bullet, had a light texture that gradually got stronger until it pops and then there is a wave texture for the feel of the bullet being released.…
June 21, 2017

We’re The Superhumans

Lots of physical events and environmental events make this a fantastic video for haptics. The motions of the people in the wheelchairs allows us to feel their pushing. We can also feel swimming and the effects of water. While this is primarily a music video there are enough visual…
June 14, 2017

Homeland Season 4 Promo

As shown here with the Showtime logo, logos in general are an effective way to introduce haptics at the start of a clip. Following that, feeling explosions, glass breaking and body movements fill this video nicely.…
June 14, 2017

Compton / Kendrick Lamar

Since most of the video is audio-based, we can assume the viewer must watch the video with audio to fully enjoy it. With initial moments more obvious places for haptics (e.g. the skateboarder), the whistles, drums, chants and movement of dancers later in the piece are enhanced…
June 14, 2017

OK GO – Upside Down & Inside Out

Paint splashing, balls flying, multiple dance moves and body motions within an airplane? With its wide array of visuals, this is a music video perfectly suited for haptics. Enhanced with tactile effects, the rich variety of visuals allows us to feel the environment and experience.…
June 14, 2017

Lily & the Snowman

Natural elements such as rain and snow are recreated using haptics. Tactile effects applied to the shadow birds flapping their wings allows us to feel the air being pushed. Limiting haptics on obvious elements enables a comfortable viewing experience.…