With this release, Interhaptics, the industry leader in haptic technology, has increased the range of devices it supports for game engines like Unity and Unreal Engine, including the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Meta Quest 2, X-input controllers, iOS, and Android devices. The haptic composer software has also been updated to support in-app testing for selected Razer HyperSense headsets as well as DualSense wireless controllers for PS5TM. Across numerous ecosystems, Interhaptics can currently deploy HD haptics on more than 5 billion devices. On the Interhaptics website, developers can register for the waiting list for the Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense Dev Kit with configurable directional HD haptics.
Razer For Games
Haptics plays a crucial part in generating the most immersive gaming experiences. Razer, as a company, is elevating PC gaming and VR to a level of player immersion that was previously unattainable with the addition of directional HD haptic feedback for their HyperSense headsets. Players will be able to experience impacts physically as the game’s designer intended, bringing the compatibility of the toolkits to almost all game engines and haptic-compatible gear. It aims to give programmers the necessary tools to ensure high-quality, quick development, and cross-platform deployment.
The Interhaptics SDK is now available for free at interhaptics.com and will soon be available in the marketplaces for Unreal Engine and the Unity Asset Store. Attendees of GDC 2023 are welcome to join the Razer Interhaptics session on Wednesday, March 22, at 5 p.m. in Room 3020 of the West Hall.