Mitsubishi Electric to incorporate Immersion's haptics IP in automotive applications
Immersion's high-quality touch feedback technology enhances in-vehicle interfaces and applications. Increasingly, haptics is being designed into automotive applications as more and more vehicles incorporate high-quality tactile effects for operations such as entertainment, navigation and climate control.
"The sense of touch enhances the user experience, and we are pleased to
work with Mitsubishi Electric to add haptics to its automotive
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