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Published : May 19, 2020
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May 2020
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Ultraleap (previously Leap Motion) has been a leader in the XR space for some time, creating remarkable hand-tracking hardware that allows a user's hands to make the leap into virtual reality. Stratos is Ultraleap's underlying haptics, sensors and software platform, and it can use targeted ultrasound to create haptic feedback in mid-air. A use case is responding to a driver's hand gesture to change the air conditioning in the car and providing haptic feedback as part of the interface. We're excited to see this technology and what creative technologists might do to incorporate it into their use cases.

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