The haptic device developed by the company D&E Tech is now available in China for $350 and includes Intel’s Curie chip.
D&E Tech he has presented the haptic vest INAVR, able to make us feel the virtual world by vibrating the 6 front and 2 rear force devices. INAVR has been developed by the Chinese company, D&E Tech, in collaboration with Intel, and uses Intel’s Curie chip, which is the size of a button, to control all the sensors of the device. The vest works by microUSB or wirelessly with Bluetooth; it has an autonomy of 3 hours; it allows native support, through the implementation of the SDK compatible with PC and Android; and cinematic mode that vibrates based on the audio input.
INAVR is compatible with Raw Data, Inverse War, Sura’s Anger, Comprehensive Fire and Pixel Battle, and more games that are starting to support it through the implementation of the SDK. The device is available in China for $350 and the company has not commented on whether it has plans to export it to other regions.