Immersion and Nissha Partner on New Automotive Interface Designs
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“Increasingly automotive OEMs are utilizing haptics to innovate the user experience in new vehicle interface designs,” said
Immersion’s automotive technology provides advanced control for haptic systems, making it possible to create programmable buttons that click, sliders with haptic feedback on every increase, and dials that turn like the real thing. Immersion technology is used throughout the automotive industry to power touchscreens, touchpads, and related interfaces.
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