Rift Apart makes DualSense sound with haptic feedback – Nerd4.life
Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart He is the protagonist of an Easter egg novel involving DualSense for PS5 In this case, with the same Insomniac Games that revealed how the console “playing music across the aptic feedback in a particular case.
The situation in question relates to the use of weapons Pixelator Optimized to level 5, which while loading causes the DualSense to produce a specific vibration that sort of emits Song. The test is shown in a video by Insomniac Games, within the Tweet which you can see below and be more aware by placing the console on a surface to hear the vibration acoustically.
On the other hand, this is nothing silly, in fact it seems to actually depend on the system that DualSense uses to create vibrations: They are produced by a system of voice coil actuators, called linear resonant actuators, which are activated by an alternating current input capable of producing vibrations at significantly different frequencies and amplitudes starting from sound waves.
The console can already turn sound waves In vibrations, which in this case is done quite clearly using a kind of small melodic line that is conducted directly by tactile feedback.
We recently saw the trailer with press quotes about the popular game Insomniac for PS5 and in case you would like more information, we refer you to reviewing Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart on these pages.
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