To use the app, you must log in with your Razer ID (free inscription detailed below). To test custom effects created with Haptic Composer on your Android or iOS phone, you must be logged in on the Haptic Composer app as well.
Already have a Razer ID
If you already have a Razer ID, click on the LOG IN option and enter your login credentials to access both Interhaptics Player (and Haptic Composer – if testing custom haptic effects).
Don’t have a Razer ID
If you do not have a Razer ID, click on the SIGN UP option to register for a new Razer ID account. Enter your desired Razer ID, email address, and password.
A verification email will be sent to the email address you specified.Log into your email account and verify your Razer ID by clicking the verification link.
Now you can log in Interhaptics Player (and Haptic Composer as well) with your new Razer ID.
Step 2: Testing Haptic Effects
With Interhaptics Player, you can test haptic effects that have been created with Haptic Composer. Additionally, you can test different haptic effects and their corresponding audio, which were used to generate the haptic experience.
To test haptic effects from Haptic Composer, press the Send to player button on the top right part of the app. The result will be available in the Tes section of the Interhaptics Player app after a few seconds. A video showing the use of Interhaptics Player is available below.
Starting from iPhone 8 to current generation of iPhone (15), including iPhone SE (2nd Generation)
Android API 26+
Amplitude control for maximum efficiency
PlayStation DualSense™ HD Haptics
Haptic Composer solves the testing problem by including an audio player along the Interhaptics engine for playing synchronously the haptics and audio track on the peripheral of choice.
To test haptics effects directly on the controller, set the PlayStation DualSense™ controller as audio playback device in your Windows PC settings as in the image below.
Afterwards select the PlayStation DualSense™ from the drop-down menu in the Player Settings panel on the top-right side of Haptic Composer as in the image below.
Note: Pay attention when using the PlayStation DualSense™ in the drop-down menu. If no controller was connected before, when you select another device, the app can crash.
You can control the haptic effect with the Play and Stop buttons and the effect will always be play from start to the end of the track. Haptic Composer includes latency controls and audio volume controls to compensate for some system-specific behaviors. The player can be used to test haptics with or without an audio track.
PlayStation DualSense™ Adaptive Triggers
Haptic Composer supports the PlayStation DualSense™ adaptive triggers and they will render the stiffness perception. This can be easily made by creating a haptic effect and adding Stiffness from the Perceptions panel situated on the right side.
Designing and testing for adaptive triggers requires defining your force profile curve and pressing SET LEFT and/or SET RIGHT on the top right menu.
You can quickly iterate the effect you want to achieve by updating the effect directly on the device and comparing left and right experiences.
Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense Developer Kit
The Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense Developer Kit will be available soon. You can find more information here.