At Actronika, we develop human-machine interface solutions using patented haptic technology.
As humans, we are born to touch in order to form relationships, to learn, and to be engaged with our environment. Faced with an ever-digitizing world, we’ve made it our mission to re-engage people with tangible, material experiences.
In a nutshell, haptics is the science of touch.
The origin of the word comes from Greek Haptikos, meaning “able to touch or grasp”. Touch brings tactile sensation, perception and action together to form a sensory loop, allowing you to perceive and judge your environment, virtual or real.
A cutting-edge take on intuitive interface design.
Provides backup where vision or hearing is unavailable or overused.
Ready for large-scale industrialization and integration.
Applicable in practically every industrial product domain.
Actronika is a Parisian startup, founded in 2016 by Vincent Hayward (CSO), Gilles Meyer (CEO), and Rafal Pijewski (CTO).
Actronika’s co-founders knew that it was possible to create something outstanding with all the years of research already accomplished.
That “something” is a platform, making true touch-based interfaces a modern-day reality.
Instead of focusing on the development of a single ‘haptized’ product, Actronika has become the leader in the integration of haptic technology into an extremely diverse range of human-machine interfaces.
Vincent Hayward, co-founder of Actronika, will present a webinar that will be of interest to anyone interested in the development of products that provide immersive and realistic haptic user-experiences.
Actronika is teaming up with TG0, the creator of etee – the first all-finger VR controller for proximity, touch, gesture and pressure sensing. Actronika has integrated a high-definition haptics system into this new generation controller. Imagine being able to touch and feel in the real world what you see in virtual reality! This will be possible starting 2nd April 2020, when the etee controllers reach the market.
Like famous scientists before him, Vincent Hayward, co-founder of Actronika, has been invited to join the prestigious French Academy of Sciences for his pioneering work in haptics.