FaceHaptics: Robot Arm Based Facial Haptics for VR

VR games and environments are already capable of giving you an immersive experience. With facial haptics, you can take your experience to the next level. Such a system can help you feel the wind, heat, and rain in virtual worlds.

FaceHaptics uses a robot arm attached to a head-mounted virtual reality headset. It provides multi-directional haptic cues such as wind, warmth, and a whole lot more. It uses a water spray to help you feel the mist in VR.

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