Metaverse gets touch of reality at CES

Publication Title
Tech XPlore
Publication/Creation Date
January 7 2022
Julie Jammot (creator)
OWO (contributor)
Jose Fuertes Peña (contributor)
Shiftall Inc. (contributor)
Panasonic (contributor)
Takuma Iwasa (contributor)
Touchcast, Inc. (contributor)
Edo Segal (contributor)
Persuasive Intent

Tech XPlore discusses the metaverse and related innovations that were presented at CES 2022, including OWO's haptic gaming vest. Founder Jose Fuertes Peña said "What is the metaverse if you can't feel it?...It's just avatars". He also explained that "Our mission is to turn the virtual into reality with a second skin; to add the sense of touch in the metaverse or video games."

Another startup Shiftall (a subsidiary of Panasonic), revealed their new high-resolution VR glasses prototype at CES. The company also makes a full-body tracking system for virtual reality. Regarding the metaverse, founder Takuma Iwasa said "In the future, some of the special suits like in 'Ready Player One' will contain every system" and "Currently, metaverse users need to use different products, like a cyborg."

HCI Platform
Relation to Body
Related Body Part
Eye, Spine Torso

Date archived
February 18 2022
Last edited
March 8 2022
How to cite this entry
Julie Jammot. (January 7 2022). "Metaverse gets touch of reality at CES". Tech XPlore. Tech Xplore. Fabric of Digital Life.