If you’ve owned a smartphone or played video games in the last 10 years, chances are you’ve encountered haptic technology in your digital devices.
Haptic feedback refers to any type of technology used to deliver a tactile response while interfacing with a device, machine, or computer. That is, haptics delivers physical sensations typically by producing vibrations that allow an end-user to literally feel feedback from their devices — typically in response to a deliberate touch or integrated into a notification.
In this RIOT Lunch and Learn, the presenters will discuss:
What are Haptics
Different Haptic technologies
A demo of Haptics
Ideas for Haptic applications
Aparna Sproelich – Aurora Group-Raleigh
Neha Kumari – PUI Audio, Director of Product Development, and Innovation
Kevin McKenna – PUI Audio, Product Specialist
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