The Future of Haptics at Exiii

Yamata Keneko – Product Lead from exiii at TechDisrupt. By applying counter force to 2 directions, palmer / dorsal flexion and radial / ulnar abduction, EXOS Wrist simulates haptic feedback when a user touches virtual objects. EXOS Wrist can be used with VIVE Controller or Oculus Touch, which will make it easy for developers to transform existing VR contents to touchable experience. In addition to assigning haptics to virtual objects, developers can also assign “event-base haptics,” such as shooting a gun and pushing a button, which will be good use cases for interactive contents including gaming. The development kit will come with a SDK for Unity and ensure developers have a tool to create haptics-enabled XR content https://exiii.jp/

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Armand JA

Armand is passionate about creating the future and collaborating with others to build the next digital platform for human evolution. As Immersive Media Consultant, he’s been in tech for well over a decade and has seen the industry evolve while taking on various roles. Armand’s unique skill set, way of looking at the world, and motivation to learn has made him into the visionary he is today.

Over the past few years, his focus shifted to VR/AR when he saw its potential and how XR could revolutionize our world in health, education, blockchain, artificial intelligence, and more. These new technologies are here to stay, and Armand wants to inform and educate the masses on the virtual shift that is happening right before our very eyes. As an immersive tech expert, he helps seasoned and aspiring entrepreneurs enter the virtual world with ease. He hopes that an empowered community coupled with cutting-edge XR technology will result in a better, brighter future for humanity.

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