Boreas Haptic Blog

Piezo Driver Chips and Their Haptic Applications

If you own an iPhone, use a gaming console, or wear a smartwatch, you understand the need for haptics. Haptics are vibration response devices that communicate with users when a specific action occurs. This could be when a phone vibrates for an incoming text or when a controller rumbles when...

iPhone System Haptics: Definition, Uses, and Benefits

Apple strives to use the best cutting-edge technology in their iPhones. Innovation is a constant over at Apple headquarters, whether it's developments to the hardware itself, like removing the home or power button, or software updates for improved user experiences.

UX Design Use Case 2: Next-Gen Cross-Device Gaming Experience

The gaming industry now rakes in more revenue than sports and movies combined, and its growth shows no sign of wavering. But growth hinges on the industry's ability to adapt. So what will the next-generation gaming experience look like? It comes...

UX Design Use Case 1:​ $10,000 Camera Experience on Mobile​

Photography is a hobby that spans generations. According to a survey done by Statista, 22% of 18- to 29-year-old respondents practiced photography, as did 21% of 30- to 49-year-olds and 14% of 50- to 64-year-olds.

New HMI Technology Adoption: Innovative Design with New Technology

Technology isn't always easily understood, especially when it's constantly evolving and taking on new shapes and forms. Luckily, Human-Machine Interface (HMI) technology helps with ease of use, and it’s making a significant impact across different...