Mouth Haptics Let You Kiss, Smoke, And Eat Spiders In VR

Has technology gone too far? Researchers working for Carnegie Melon University‚Äôs Future Interfaces Group have developed a new haptic feedback device that utilizes ultrasonic transducers to simulate a realistic sense of touch on your mouth, allowing for more realistic VR experiences. The team recently posted a video showcasing a variety of interesting simulations, from eating … Continue reading Mouth Haptics Let You Kiss, Smoke, And Eat Spiders In VR