04/01/2017

HAPTIC

Haptic technology will be more remarkable than any breakthrough in the past technology

Haptic technology will change the way we live and interact with technology in the future. As mobile devices to act more like an extension of our body, so that the connected smart devices will act as an extension of our environments, allowing us to control the world around us in a unimaginable way.

6G technology will bring haptic internet, mobile edge computing and holographic communications

Imagine you’re a fisherman living by a lake with a rowboat. Every day, you row out on the calm waters ...
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New mediums of communication using haptic technology

With the importance of non-contact environments growing due to COVID-19, tactile electronic devices using haptic technology are gaining traction as ...
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A new law of physics opens the door to creating more reliable and functional haptic and robotic devices

Although robotic devices are used in everything from assembly lines to medicine, engineers have a hard time accounting for the ...
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Haptic technology empowered by LED light signals

A Korean research team succeeded in developing a technology generating various vibration using LED light signals. The technology allows various ...
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A new affordable and accessible haptic force feedback for human-computer interfaces

Imagine being able to build and use a robotic device without the need for expensive, specialist kit or skills. That ...
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Use of forecasting haptic feedback to overcome distance limit in human-to-machine applications

A Tactile Internet is potentially the next phase of the Internet of Things, in which humans can touch and interact ...
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Haptic technology as non-contact technology to fight against Covid-19

With the importance of non-contact environments growing due to COVID-19, tactile electronic devices using haptic technology are gaining traction as ...
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Autonomous Vehicle Assistant (AVA) using haptic feedback to help seniors and people with disabilities

Self-driving cars will offer access to ride-sharing and ride-hailing with their suite of modern conveniences. However, many people with visual ...
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New haptics technologies for telemanipulation

Researchers at UC San Diego, UCLA, UC Irvine and San Diego State University have been awarded a $1.2 million UC ...
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Haptic distractions on haptic feedback perception

We are constantly surrounded by sounds and vibrations in our environment, such as a ringing phone or a buzzing smart ...
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New findings for improvement haptic feedback systems

Human fingerprints have a self-regulating moisture mechanism that not only helps us to avoid dropping our smartphone, but could help ...
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Haptic training to be super skilled

In JST Strategic Basic Research Programs, Drs. Masato Hirano and Shinichi Furuya, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc., discovered a training ...
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Development of haptic touch sensor that works by static electricity

Super-micro, low-power sensors and devices that can send and receive signals and information anytime, anywhere will become an integral part ...
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A new haptic device which recreates the sense of touch

What if you could touch a loved one during a video call – particularly in today’s social distancing era of ...
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Thermophone technology as potential applications for haptic feedback systems

Scientists have pioneered a new technique to produce arrays of sound produced entirely by heat. The team of researchers from ...
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