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THP Semifinalist: A Haptic Vest With 48 Vibration Motors

Technology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

For his entry to The Hackady Prize, [Sean] is building a haptic vest for gamers and the visually impaired. It’s exactly what you think it is: a vest with proximity sensors and motors that wrap around the wearer, providing haptic fee...

Duo Pinball brings traditional pinball controls to the iPad

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Until Apple, or another tablet manufacturer looking to one-up Apple, introduces haptic technology to mobile devices, gaming on the iPad is an experience that somewhat fails to invigorate the senses. This leaves iPad gamers reliant o...

The OmniWear Arc is a haptic neckband for serious gamers

Entertainment / Video Games : Engadget: Joystiq

There's a lot to keep track of in a game like Counter-Strike. You need to know your location, where your teammates are, your ammo supply and most importantly -- where your enemies are. With all these sights and sounds coming at you,...

OmniWear Haptics’ Arc can warn you if someone is sneaking up on you in a shooter game

Technology : Venture Beat

The OmniWear Arc is a wearable haptic device that lets you feel when players are around you. It’s like having a wingman in a fast-action game, according to its maker OmniWear Haptics. The Seattle company is announcing the Arc today ...

OmniWear Arc brings haptic feedback to gamer's necks

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Game controllers have been rumbling since the Nintendo 64 days, but a new wearable device is designed to take that kind of haptic feedback out of gamer's hands. Worn around the neck, different parts of the OmniWear Arc will vibrate ...

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