Mouth Haptics in VR using a Headset Ultrasound Phased Array #WearableWednesday
This project seems to be one step closer to a fully immersive vr experience. From drinking water to… you know… a mouth FULL OF SPIDERS!! From Carnegie Mellon’s Future Interfaces Group. More from IGN:
Scientists have invented mouth haptics for VR that allow users to feel different virtual experiences with their mouths.
These include feeling the wind on your face while riding a bike, taking a sip from a fountain and feeling the water on your lips… and covering yourself with spiders that you’ll feel running in and around your mouth.
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