Haptic Design For Video Games
Welcome to our tutorials page, where you will find everything you need to start designing haptic effects for your games. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced game developer, our video tutorials will guide you through the process of creating haptic feedback for popular game interactions.
We cover a wide range of topics, from creating realistic weapon effects to simulating the sensation of driving a car. You’ll learn how to design haptic feedback for nature, explosives, and even simple character interactions such as door closing and jumping.
Our tutorials are designed to be easy to follow, with step-by-step instructions and clear explanations of the techniques and tools used. We use Interhaptics Haptic Composer to create high-quality haptic effects that will immerse your players and enhance their gaming experience.
Weapon Haptic Effects
Learn how to enhance your console, XR, and mobile gaming experience with unique weapon effects using the Haptic Composer. In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to extract haptic feedback from audio files of rifle shots, shotgun blasts, and a sniper sci-fi shot. Discover how to tweak the effects to optimize the haptic sensation and align it with the audio intensity.
Car Haptic Effects
Experience the thrill of driving simulation in XR, mobile, and console games with haptic effects designed using the Haptic Composer. In this tutorial, we will create haptic feedback for tire burnout/drifting, car crashes, and car engines. We will show you how to use existing audio effects to design the haptic effects and optimize the extracted haptic material to enhance the immersion of the game
Take your video game’s footsteps to the next level with haptic feedback. This comprehensive guide walks you through the process of creating realistic footsteps on dry grass, snow, and gravel surfaces. Begin with an audio file and use the Haptic Composer to fine-tune the perception for an immersive gaming experience.