Immersion Announces Multi-Year Licensing Agreement With Nippon Seiki
Nippon Seiki to incorporate Immersion's haptics IP into its office solutions
With Immersion's haptics, Nippon Seiki will enhance its human-interface technology with high-quality tactile effects and feedback, appealing to users' sense of touch and creating a more intuitive interface for the operator.
"Touch is one of the most fundamental ways we connect with the physical world, and we envision a world in which virtual experiences are indistinguishable from physical life," said
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