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Feel the metaverse with your bare hands – using ultrasonic waves

Emerge, a company based in California, United States, is developing technology that brings physical touch to the metaverse. Image: Unsplash/Jessica Lewis

Victoria Masterson

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The Emerge Wave-1 device uses ultrasonic waves to create the sensation of physical touch in the metaverse.
The Emerge Wave-1 device uses ultrasonic waves to create the sensation of physical touch in the metaverse. Image: Emerge / PR Newswire

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