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Haptics – tactile or force-feedback explained by Technicolor

Written by Warren Kelly | Published in
First published: 01-06-2014
Size2.30 MB
Create DateAugust 27, 2014
Last UpdatedApril 24, 2015

Welcome to Technicolor’s latest edition of “Innovation in Motion” – our window to the direction of change in the ever-amazing world of media and entertainment technology.

This magazine has previously been known as the Technicolor Research Digest, which didn’t really align with the broader scope of all the innovations that Technicolor’s teams are bringing to market every day. Products, driving new standards and leading the creation of new technologies that can change the way content is created, distributed and enjoyed by consumers wherever they are.

Much is changing in the way Technicolor innovates, and Innovation in Motion will be the best place to stay in touch with these changes.

When we to focus our innovation on creating value from media monetization solutions and the ecosystem around entertainment. But innovation is also about delivery – translating raw ideas into tangible business.


Innovation in Motion