Ultrasound Can Create Virtual Objects in Mid-Air

Ultrasound Can Create Virtual Objects in Mid-Air
technology
Dan Gould
  • 2 september 2008

Virtual reality environments (and computer generated media in general) are becoming increasingly realistic. Audio and visuals are already frighteningly real, and now, the next one of the five senses to be fooled by simulation is touch.

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