ALPS will continue licensing Immersion's haptics IP for automotive applications
Immersion's technology appeals to users' sense of touch through high-quality tactile effects and feedback in user interfaces and applications. Increasingly, tactile effects are being designed into automotive applications, enhancing in-vehicle controls for operations such as climate control and entertainment.
"We are excited to continue working with ALPS as they integrate haptics
into the user interface of its automotive applications," said
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