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Modern Mobile Games' Technology: How Far Will It Go?

Published on 25 March 15
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There's no question about it, mobile game technology becomes more advanced every year. But, there will be more innovations on the horizon and they will be centering on haptic technology. This technology is considered to be the next frontier in human-computer interaction and will be all about making you feel the virtual, digital world as though it were tangible and real.

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What is Haptic Technology?

Haptic technology has been around for a while. In fact, smartphones already utilize this technology for notifications and alerts; like vibrations when a new SMS message is coming in. Video game controllers also use this technology to let players feel (crashes, explosions, rough surfaces) and to lend an air of tangibility to gameplay. But now, itÑÐЩs being used more and more; thanks to the increased popularity of virtual realities and the desire of players to feel just as powerfully as they can hear and see in their virtual environments.

Will Virtual Reality Become an Actual Reality?

The problem with virtual reality as is that the experience is so immersive, that users instinctively feel as if they are physically in the virtual space and want to touch things and interact in other ways that are just not possible at the moment. Thankfully, while we are waiting for that to happen, it is possible to get the best mobile games at Platinum Play right now.

In order to meet this demand for a more immersive virtual reality experiences, manufacturers are placing in improved haptic technology in their screens e.g. clever techniques that can provide the users with the sensation of pressing physical buttons. In fact, last year Fujitsu debuted prototypes for tablets with enhanced haptic technology that will allow users to feel texture beneath their fingers when touching their screens; this is due to ultrasonic vibrations of various amplitudes and frequencies.

In the virtual reality space, it seems as if haptic technology could be the missing link that will propel games like Sonys Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift into the mainstream. To this end, many companies are racing in order to come up with new innovations that will provide users with a more tangible virtual reality experience.

As for mobile devices, haptic technology will soon be a common feature on smartphones and other mobile devices to create a more satisfying user experience or to replace elements of the interface that is not available visually on the screen. In fact, developers are exploring creating experiences that will only be possible with haptics.

The Bottom Line

With recent research creating new forms of haptic feedback and more sophisticated 3D maps and tactile displaces, the future of haptics technology seems to be only limited by our imaginations. Because the technology is getting more innovative every day, it will soon be on the mass market and on our smartphones.




There's no question about it, mobile game technology becomes more advanced every year. But, there will be more innovations on the horizon and they will be centering on haptic technology. This technology is considered to be the next frontier in human-computer interaction and will be all about making you feel the virtual, digital world as though it were tangible and real.

Modern Mobile Games' Technology: How Far Will It Go? - Image 1

What is Haptic Technology?

Haptic technology has been around for a while. In fact, smartphones already utilize this technology for notifications and alerts; like vibrations when a new SMS message is coming in. Video game controllers also use this technology to let players feel (crashes, explosions, rough surfaces) and to lend an air of tangibility to gameplay. But now, itÑÐЩs being used more and more; thanks to the increased popularity of virtual realities and the desire of players to feel just as powerfully as they can hear and see in their virtual environments.

Will Virtual Reality Become an Actual Reality?

The problem with virtual reality as is that the experience is so immersive, that users instinctively feel as if they are physically in the virtual space and want to touch things and interact in other ways that are just not possible at the moment. Thankfully, while we are waiting for that to happen, it is possible to get the best mobile games at Platinum Play right now.

In order to meet this demand for a more immersive virtual reality experiences, manufacturers are placing in improved haptic technology in their screens e.g. clever techniques that can provide the users with the sensation of pressing physical buttons. In fact, last year Fujitsu debuted prototypes for tablets with enhanced haptic technology that will allow users to feel texture beneath their fingers when touching their screens; this is due to ultrasonic vibrations of various amplitudes and frequencies.

In the virtual reality space, it seems as if haptic technology could be the missing link that will propel games like Sonys Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift into the mainstream. To this end, many companies are racing in order to come up with new innovations that will provide users with a more tangible virtual reality experience.

As for mobile devices, haptic technology will soon be a common feature on smartphones and other mobile devices to create a more satisfying user experience or to replace elements of the interface that is not available visually on the screen. In fact, developers are exploring creating experiences that will only be possible with haptics.



The Bottom Line

With recent research creating new forms of haptic feedback and more sophisticated 3D maps and tactile displaces, the future of haptics technology seems to be only limited by our imaginations. Because the technology is getting more innovative every day, it will soon be on the mass market and on our smartphones.

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