The world is gearing up for the next edition of one of the world's leading technology events: LEAP. Opening its doors next March 4-7 in Riyadh, companies, investors, start-ups and tech enthusiasts from around the world will gather to discover the technologies that will reinvent tomorrow's world. Among the exhibitors will be Actronika, a French startup specialized in haptics that will be presenting the award-winning Skinetic vest, Unitouch Studio software and the different use cases across industries.
Actronika, a startup specializing in high-definition haptics, is one of the members bringing to life the new project funded by the European Commission within the Horizon Europe program, PRESENCE. This project aims to bring to life hyperrealistic human interactions in XR-based environments.
The innovative art incubator dArt (dArt.nyc) has combined the creative creations of artist MaxiCohen and Skinetic's high-definition haptics with innovative real-time EEG technology and MR headsets, achieving a unique artistic experience that activates all the senses.
If you've ever tried any virtual reality experience, one of the first things you notice is that you can't touch or feel anything. From birth, humans have an innate need to explore our surroundings with touch. That's why, in this new trend of virtual experience implementation, integrating technologies such as haptics can improve the immersive experience significantly.
From September 1 to 5, Berlin will become the home of IFA, the event dedicated to electronics and home appliances. At the heart of the innovations, the start-up Actronika will present its haptic technology and product, the Skinetic vest. The haptic vest that brings users a new layer of realism to digital interactions.
The 10th edition of IEEE World Haptics took place in Delft, Netherlands, last week, captivating the haptics community. Actronika, a Parisian start-up, Participated in the conference with its two Ph.D. Students, Aruna Ramasamy and Yerkebulan Massalim. They presented research on audio-tactile experiences and the reproduction of realistic tactile sensations.
Actronika, represented by its CEO Gilles Meyer, was one of the few startups chosen to dive into a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron. During the event, the future of the technology sector in France was discussed.