A Physics Rebel Shakes Up the Video Game World, Literally is an article about Kor-fx, an "acousto-haptic" device from startup Immerz to be released for PC gamers next year and console gamers sometime after that (thanks Slashdot). Of course it isn't actually a force-feedback bra, but it does involve a pair of transducers draped over the player's chest to create an enhanced sense of immersion by vibrating with the sounds of a game or movie. The article also has some background on the device's inventor, Shahriar Afshar, an Iranian-American physicist-turned-entrepreneur known in science circles for a controversial conclusion that refutes Niels Bohr's interpretation of wave-particle duality. Back to the Kor-fx device, here's a bit from the article explaining how this operates:
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