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MIRAISENS, Inc. – A leading haptic technology company

  • Company Name: MIRAISENS, Inc.
  • State/Prefecture: Ibaraki
  • City/Town/Village: Tsukuba
  • Street: 1-1-1, Umezono
  • Country: Japan
  • Zip/Postal Code: 305-8560
  • Phone: +81-29-860-6186
  • Website: http://miraisens.com/
  • Contact: info@miraisens.com
  • Listed: 08/22/2016 11:40 pm
  • Expires: This ad has expired
MIRAISENS, Inc. – A leading haptic technology company

MIRAISENS promotes inovation in “the virtual sensation” business.

MIRAISENS, Inc., provides a variety of technology solutions to virtually realize human haptic sensation or feedback based on unique 3D Haptics Technology.

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3D Haptics Technology

The technology lets you virtually experience different sensations, such as the reaction of lifting your arm and other touch sensations, by producing sensory illusions in the brain via device-driven vibrations.
Our 24 patent applications filed worldwide (16 patents already registered).

Three primary elements in touch sensation

Force, Pressure, and Touch
Almost all human touch sensations can be represented by combining these three sensations.

A sense of force (haptic)
= Touch & response

Things like squeezing, pinching and pulling.
A sense of pressure
= A sense of contact

Things like squeezing, pinching and pulling.
A sense of touch
= A tactile sensation
& roughness

Things like squeezing, pinching and pulling.

From games, |oT, and wearables to robots and medical care!

Human vision and hearing have been digitized and widely disseminated via computer graphics and computer music. Since the 3D Haptics Technology enables to digitize the human haptic sense (sense of touch), it expands the dimension of content. The technology is expected to make people’s lives joyful and more futuristic in innovative ways.

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  1. Japan’s high-tech venture MIRAISENS unveils “touchable 3D imagery” technology
    Date: Sep 1, 2014
    Source: MIRAISENS, Inc.

    “MIRAISENS, Inc.” (Head Office: Tsukuba-city, Ibaraki prefecture, CEO: Natsuo KODA ) which is a AIST Technology Transfer Venture, has developed the world’s first “3D-Haptics Technology” which realizes real experience of tactile feeling and kinesthetic feeling by digital technology as if touching physical objects.

    By utilizing our virtual reality technology, we can experience the presence of objects as if their entity existed there physically, just like experiencing presence feeling and reaction feeling of touching, grasping, pushing and pulling objet, even if in the virtual world.

    MIRAISENS, Inc. is promoting the digital business of “Bodily Sensation ” at the front edge of divergence in the close-facing future, by applying our technology to various electronics, contents, services, etc..

    In virtual reality, extremely high precise visual sense of presence can be obtained in the virtual world expressed in three dimensions.
    On the other hand, the more precisely the visual sense of presence increases in the virtual world, the more seriously the dissatisfaction increases that is being unable to touch objects just like physically…

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