Microsoft Patents Technology To Enable Virtual Handshakes And Hugs

We often come across interesting patents from Microsoft on future technologies. This one was related to “Force-feedback within telepresence” that will enable the sender and receiver to feel their emotions physically through “friction, haptic, tactile, electric feedback, electrical stimulation, three-dimensional feedback, vibration, shaking, physical resistance, temperature change, motion, noise, pressure, texture, a motion, a replication of touching, any combination thereof, and/or any other suitable feedback communicated via a device.”

Force-feedback within telepresence:

The claimed subject matter provides a system and/or a method that facilitates replicating a telepresence session with a real world physical meeting. A telepresence session can be initiated within a communication framework that includes two or more virtually represented users that communicate therein. A trigger component can monitor the telepresence session in real time to identify a participant interaction with an object, wherein the object is at least one of a real world physical object or a virtually represented object within the telepresence session. A feedback component can implement a force feedback to at least one participant within the telepresence session based upon the identified participant interaction with the object, wherein the force feedback is employed via a device associated with at least one participant.

Read more about it from the source link below.

via: Geekwire

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  • Sunovavic

    This tech already exists…

  • Super2online

    We now move on from “can you hear me”, to “can you feel me”!

  • PoohGQ

    Shouldn’t that image have “101010″ to illustrate digital instead of written words! Just saying…..