The cutting-edge automobile company is developing sound wave driven technology to replace traditional rubber blades.
Navigo contains four modes: compass, navigation, proximity, and a watch, guiding the wearer according to the selected function.
New documents for the glasses show they will use vibrations to generate sound so people can still hear noises from their surroundings.
The Lernstift device acts like a virtual teacher, alerting the user when they make a spelling error or their handwriting isn’t legible.
Haptic feedback could guide drivers blinded by bright light on the road with tactile cues.
Cynaps is a discreet headset installed in a hat that lets you listen to music or take a phone call using vibrations sent directly to your inner ear.
Qeexo’s FingerSense listens to how you touch the screen, enabling different functions for using a fingertip, knuckle, or nail.
The 'Vibrative' lets you type on any surface, analyzing the vibrations that are made when you tap your fingers.
A new cellphone lets you hug a loved by sending strong vibrations between smartphones.
The tech uses vibrations of different strengths to simulate an object passing through you.