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Haptics and visualisation have changed the way we engage with information, offering richer experiences and improving our ability to execute challenging tasks.
With more information available than ever before, technology must adapt to deliver this information efficiently and safely. Solutions must be found to the issues born from advancement - from large capacitive touch displays in cars that simplify feature control but distract drivers, to 3D visualisations and force haptics that improve outcomes in minimally invasive surgery but still face challenges in tactile feedback and reduced dexterity.
Consumer electronics companies, automotive manufacturers, sensor developers and medical device firms are all seeking to move beyond the shortcomings of the flat screen. But in order to do this, key challenges such as, the projection of the sensation force across distance, the miniaturisation of optical systems for AR&VR, and the provision of tactile feedback to control interfaces must first be addressed.
With tangible experience in haptics and UX design across multiple industries, TTP works closely with clients to design new user experiences and invent the underlying technology to enable them.
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