How Furniture Is Pushing The Boundaries Of In-Home Entertainment

How Furniture Is Pushing The Boundaries Of In-Home Entertainment

This gadget looks to the seat rather than the screen for more immersive movie-watching

Marielle Castillo
  • 31 march 2016

Tech companies have tried for years to make the at-home movie and video game experience feel more like the real thing, but haven’t had much success. Immersit is a device that makes the viewing experience feel more real by generating vibrations based on what happens on the screen, similar to vibrating seats in theme parks and 4D Motion Theater.

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