HaptoClone the Haptic tech that lets you touch the other person on Video Call. Sounds unbelievable but it is true. Now you can touch your loved ones who are away from you and you could only see them over a video chat or video call. With the latest technologies, nothing is impossible now.
HaptoClone Lets You Touch the Person on Video Call
A school of Tokyo has developed, Haptoclone, (Hapic & optical clone) is a revolutionary interactive system producing haptic and optical clone image in mid-air. Two users apart from each other can touch each other with unaided eyes and bare hands. This is what we call “Imagine it and its possible.”
Now the future of video chat is you can “touch” not actually touch the other person by extending your arm from your phone to other side. But a total convincing feel of touch.
How Does it Work?
HaptoClone, which basically clones the vibe of things through ultrasound waves, to make it appear as though something arrives that isn’t.
Fundamentally, it’s an optical deception. As indicated by Gizmodo, every client has a Solid Cube which has 1992 ultrasonic transducers inside, “which record and repeat omni-directional and volumetric strengths”. So essentially, in the event that you push your hand in it, thus does the other individual, it’ll feel like that other individual’s hand is really in there, because of the powers brought about by the waves.
But how come it LOOKS like the other person’s hand is there? Simple. A mirror which reflects the image from the other cube.
Consolidate this with a Skype call and you’ve quite recently made long-remove connections a considerable measure simpler for material individuals.
The video shows its working.