Razer adds haptic feedback to new wireless headset to shake your skull
Razer is aiming for next-level immersion with its new Nari Ultimate, a wireless gaming headset with little motors inside to jar your brain matter. I assume Razer isn't looking to shake us silly, and rather wants gamers to feel in-game events.
What's at play here is an "advanced haptic technology" that Razer calls HyperSense. It was developed by Lofelt, a German engineering startup that last year raised millions of dollars in funding to develop next-gen haptic technology in various products.