- Researchers had already created a system by which sound could produce a sensation of physical touch, using speakers that produce waves that impact a user’s skin enough to exert a sense of pressure
- The team incorporated a Leap Motion controller, the gesture control device crowdfunded by a startup in 2010 and shipped in 2013,which can help determine the position of a user’s hands relative to a virtual image displayed in a VR environment
- Oculus VR is on record as saying controllers are still the key ingredient missing from virtual reality.
Sound Might Be The Key To Touching Objects In Virtual Reality
12. 4. 14 by Andrew Johnson