Razer and Lofelt will get us closer to Ready Player One with new haptic gaming accessories
The 2018 movie version of the novel Ready Player One depicted a future where people not only escape the real world with VR headsets, but also with accessories that made them feel they were interacting with a virtual world. It looks like we may be closer to that future than we thought.
During CES 2019, Razer announced a new generation of PC gaming accessories under its Razer Hypersense brand. Hypersense products offer gamers haptic-powered effects, based on sound cues, while playing their favorite PC games. All of these accessories are interconnected with each other, so players can feel when enemies on the screen attack from the front, from the sides, or their backs.