Illustration for article titled The Pen de Touch, for Driving Light Cycles

The Pen de Touch provides haptic feedback while interacting with virtual objects. It also looks like Jeff Bridges could streak across the interface any second.

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If the device "senses" contact with a virtual boundary, it reacts accordingly. For example, If you're drawing on a virtual surface, the pen pulls in the opposite direction to represent friction.

Illustration for article titled The Pen de Touch, for Driving Light Cycles
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The idea is to use the device in museum applications and such, but let's face it. This thing was built as a Light Cycle control device. All other uses are secondary. [Tachi Lab via Designboom]

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