Not too long ago, all we had was a simple phone pagers that buzzzzzed. The mobile phone has really leveraged that tech and bizzzzzzz, bmmmmm, and buzzzzz’es. Not to mention the delightful low-end brrmmmmmm rumble of gaming controllers.
Today, haptics are used in a wealth of products and industries. The best way to try haptics is hands-on and the best way to learn is to ask an expert, which leads to our next special Haptics Club guest.
On June 16, 2021, at 12:00 pm Eastern Time, the Haptics Club was joined by special guest James Hayward, a lead analyst from IDTechEx. Besides haptics, he covers a variety of topics, including wearables and sensors.
In many ways, hosting James is like the Haptics Club finding a genie in a bottle. He has vast amounts of experience in haptics and other related fields, and outside of the reports and IDTechE events, he’s quite elusive.
As anticipated, it was the perfect opportunity to ask him questions, and thankfully we were able to ask more than three.
Haptics Club Events
The event was held on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, at noon Eastern Time on Twitter Spaces here. To learn more about the talk or RSVP to future events, check out the Haptics Club Linkedin account.
James Hayward on What the Future Holds for the Haptics Market | LinkedIn
For this Haptics Club event, our special guest James Hayward, Principal Analyst at IDTechEx, will talk to us about the…
More About James
Over the past five years, he and his team have been uncovering, interviewing experts about, and compiling critical insights into the haptics industry. You can learn more in his Haptics Report called “Haptics 2021–2031: Technologies, Market & Players.”
The report includes historical data on the haptics market, including device sales, spend per device, percentage of devices with haptics, and haptics revenue.
This event is brought to you by the Haptics Club, a group of industry members keen to bring the joy of haptics to an even wider audience. There’s an event every other week and topics span from consumer tech, academia to industry. Learn more about the Haptics Club on Linkedin, check out past shows on Anchor, and follow the group on Twitter @HapticsClub.
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