New technology shakes the electronic entertainment industry

New technology shakes the electronic entertainment industry

New technology shakes the electronic entertainment industry

10:18 - 01/08/2018

UltraHaptics is a young company with great ambition: replacing the way people interact with electronics, revolutionizing virtual reality (VR) technology by letting people 'feel medium '.

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UltraHaptics is a young company with great ambition: replacing the way people interact with electronics, revolutionizing virtual reality (VR) technology by letting people 'feel medium '.
Công nghệ siêu xúc giác giúp tăng cường trải nghiệm trong thế giới ảo - Ảnh: UltraHaptics
Hyper-touch technology enhances the experience in virtual worlds - Photo: UltraHaptics
The technology of UltraHaptics, based in Bristol, UK, relies on ultrasound to produce three-dimensional cubes suspended in the air. Through sound waves, changes in atmospheric pressure produce touchable, but not visible, contact surfaces. If it comes with another emerging technology, it has the potential to change the game.
The "storm" called VR is blowing up: names like Oculus Rift (now part of Facebook) and Magic Leap are leading the way, but several other companies are also ready to launch the device. In the field can revolutionize the electronic entertainment industry. However, VR is still an incomplete experience without the emergence of technology being developed by UltraHaptics. The combination of these two technologies allows users not only to see the virtual world spreading out of sight, but also to touch them. Technology director Tom Carter of UltraHaptics draws an impressive vision: "You can wear a VR device and not only see / hear the virtual world through your eyes and ears, but also feel what you see," CNN.
The ability to create buttons and shapes anywhere in the real world opens up a whole lot of potential compared to traditional devices. Imagine you are driving and in front of the dashboard without the knob, switch or the ugly controls, but just a smooth and clean surface. When you need to listen to music, you go to hand to a place and that is the correct sound big knob. Smartphones and other popular devices also benefit from the new technology: control of kitchen utensils, TVs and computers in the Minority reporter Tom Cruise, or even turn off the alarm bell early in the morning with a wave of hands. There are some devices that have been manipulated by the gestures of the hands, but UltraHaptics can add an extremely realistic aspect, by creating the emotion of the hands in the air.