Maintaining social connections has been important throughout history. But what happens when people cannot engage face to face?
As people travel more for work and exploration, companies embrace remote work culture, and families are increasingly dispersed across the country and globe, there is a pressing need for effective methods of remote human connection.
And that’s where our work at the Human Fusions Institute comes in. Using our signature NeuroReality™ technology, we’re working to communicate the sense of touch over long distances, in real time to facilitate common social interactions. In the near future, NeuroReality™ will allow you to shake a colleague’s hand at the start of a Zoom meeting or hug your mom on a Facetime call.