We have news related to ScannerSince the gaming niche brand announced that it has acquired 100% of the shares of Go Touch VR SAS, also known as InterhabticsThe leading touch development platform for game studios.
Founded in 2017 and on a mission to deliver consistent, realistic, and immersive touch solutions to PC, console, smartphone, and XR developers, Interhaptics strives to provide developers with essential tools for quality assurance, faster development, and implementation across platforms.
In 2018, Razer introduced its own technology called Hyper Sense Show the world how high-resolution touchscreens can deliver a deeper immersive experience for gaming, music, and more, as we recently saw in the Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense and Razer Kraken V3 Pro HyperSense.
Well, now with the recent acquisition of Interhaptics, Razer may be ready to expand HyperSense to more products and build the haptic ecosystem alongside gaming studios on multiple platforms.
“Haptic technology has great value for gamers. The opportunity to join Razer has been a no-brainer for us, as they are committed to providing the most engaging gaming experience, and we look forward to doing so together as part of the Razer family,” said Eric Vizzoli, CEO of Interhaptics.
On the other hand, Alvin Cheung, current Senior Vice President of the Razer Hardware Business Unit commented:
“At Razer, we know how important it is to create best-in-class products for a unique and personalized gaming experience, because we are gamers too. Interhaptics brings pioneering expertise in touch technology and their development platform will be leveraged to expand the HyperSense ecosystem.”
With this acquisition by Razer, Interhaptics founder and CEO Eric Vezzoli will now join the Razer team as President of Haptics. In the meantime, Interhaptics will remain a separate entity, but will be closely integrated into the Razer ecosystem.
Via Press Release – Scanner
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