Since then, the dramatic success of the PS5 and the rapid adoption of the new haptic gaming paradigm embodied in the DualSense controllers was surprising even to me. Given this trajectory, it’s now a good time to celebrate success and to remind ourselves of what it is going to take to truly make DualSense the first member of the new gaming paradigm.
By Manuel Cruz, VP of Research and UX
Immersion has a tradition of bringing our scientists, engineers, business-minded, and creative thinking heads together to participate in an all-out innovation competition twice a year.
During Challenge Week, participants work with…
An evolution of the Dualshocks of console generations past, Sony's newest controller boasts exciting features like adaptive triggers and haptic feedback that enhance how gamers can experience their favorite games.
By Manu Sainsily, Sr. UI/UX Designer Specialized in XR
Of the five main senses, touch is the most proficient – ‘it’s
the only one capable of simultaneous input and output – which means that it is
the best sense for communication.
One of my colleagues at Immersion,…
By Felipe Almedia, Sr. UX Researcher
traditionally used to describe tactile feedback (i.e., sensations originated
solely in the skin) that are provided by consumer devices and electronics to
mimic the sense of touch. The word haptics in itself is derived…
By Chris Ullrich, CTO at Immersion
Over the last few months, I introduced the haptic stack – a conceptual framework that we use at Immersion to think about the key technology components of an engaging haptic experience. As a quick refresher, the stack consists of three…
By David Birnbaum, Distinguished Staff, Technology Strategy
As I noted in my previous article on the Three Haptic Trends to Watch, haptic wellness will make its way into the mainstream over the next few years. It is…
By Felipe Almeida, Sr. UX Researcher and Ranjini Raghuveer, Product Manager at Immersion
As the famous Greek philosopher, Heraclitus said, “Change is the only constant in life.”
The whole world has been affected by the COVID 19 pandemic, not excluding the automotive industry.…
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