Densitron Introduces New 2RU Haptics Control Surface

Densitron has announced the latest addition to its range of haptics control solutions. The new product, 2RU Haptics Control Surface, is being shown at IBC 2023 and is the first to reach the market in the highly popular 2RU form factor.

For Densitron, the 2RU Haptics Control Surface is the latest fruition of a multi-year program to develop and perfect the mechanical complexity and design rules associated with haptic vibration. Developed with an emphasis on making haptics accessible and beneficial for a host of broadcast business needs, Densitron’s haptic solutions are targeted at broadcast manufacturers, who are aiming to enhance their operations through the adoption of innovative technologies.

Complemented by extensive pre-sales testing, on-boarding and training in both electronics and mechanics, Densitron’s haptics solution is designed to align with bespoke customer specifications. The company’s control panel technology seamlessly merges the benefits of HD displays, touchscreen controls and custom computing, enabling effortless and rapid development of high-quality GUIs. In addition, Densitron offers an easily mountable mechanical option – requiring only 4 to 6 mounting holes – that aligns with existing mechanical housing, while on the electronics front the plug & play solution seamlessly integrates with Densitron’s hardware or other Human Interface Devices (HIDs).

Densitron continues to register strong interest in its haptics solutions from broadcast manufacturers, who recognize the scope of this technology to help differentiate their outputs, support more innovative user interactions, and enable greater end-user satisfaction. 

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