March 10, 2014 | Posted in Reactive Grip™ Hardware | By

Reactive Grip™ Demos at GDC 2014

We’re gearing up for the upcoming 2014 Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, CA.
See our press release and more details here.

 

Folks from the University of Utah EAE game development program have been nice enough to let us share their booth at GDC.
We’ll be giving demos of our Reactive Grip haptic motion controllers in the corner of the University of Utah booth (#335) in the back, left side of the south expo hall, right across from the huge IGF Pavilion.

Drop by if you haven’t tried Reactive Grip and we’ll make a believer out of you.

See updates on our @TacticalHaptics Facebook and Twitter accounts.

 

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Also see the official GDC South Hall map:
http://www.gdconf.com/pdf/floorplans/2014/southHall_3-3-14.pdf

 

Updated:  March 14, 2014

4 Comments

  1. LathspeLL
    March 22, 2014

    I think this is my most hyped controller to date. Looking forward to this controller more than Stem, priovr, steam controller, move with ps4, etc…

    I haven’t check what your plans are but you should get the patent of this and sell to the others, like havoc physic thing.

    • Tactical Haptics

      Tactical Haptics
      March 26, 2014

      Hi Lathspell,

      We have patented the technology and are currently looking to partner with others. We’re also looking to raise funds to accelerate the process.

  2. oggebogge12
    February 1, 2015

    Have you guys lost all hope in the haptics? I just wondered since there have not been many updates recently. I really hope you continue working on this and get it out on the market for gamers such as my self as soon as possible.

    What will it cost, do you think?

    • Tactical Haptics

      Tactical Haptics
      May 15, 2015

      Hi oggebogge12,

      Sorry for the slow response, we must have missed your post during a busy time for us.

      In answer to your question, “Have we given up?”
      No.
      Quite the contrary, we’ve been working on further improving the technology through government innovation grants from by NASA and NSF and were accepted to and have been working out of the Stanford-affiliated StartX startup accelerator since November, 2014. Most recently we’ve also gotten wireless communication working on our haptic controllers. So, things are going forward, and the future looks bright… =)

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