Razer recently announced the acquisition of Interhaptics, a company that provides somatosensory feedback technology, and expects to create more devices with vibration and haptic sensations.
Interhaptics’ own software technology focuses on the somatosensory feedback effect of game content, and can be applied to control handles, wearable devices, or the virtual visual experience currently promoted by the market.
Razer’s acquisition of Interhaptics and its technology is obviously to strengthen the development of its own HyperSense haptic feedback technology, so that more accessories can respond to more natural touch, or force feedback, so that users can get a more immersive experience during the game. into the feeling.
However, Razer did not disclose the amount involved in the acquisition, and Interhaptics founder and CEO Eric Vezzoli will join Razer as director of the haptic feedback experience division.
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