Active Standard

IEEE 2861.3-2023

IEEE Standard for Haptic Interface Enhancement for Mobile Gaming

Vendor-independent profiles and parameters of haptic interfaces that enhance the haptic feedback for mobile gaming are specified in this standard. Furthermore, messages and protocols that transfer and convert hardware properties of haptic interfaces on devices are defined in this standard.

Sponsor Committee
CTS/ETSC - Emerging Technology Standards Committee
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Working Group Details

IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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Sponsor Committee
CTS/ETSC - Emerging Technology Standards Committee
Working Group
OIWG - Open Integration Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Jiajia Liu
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Working Group Chair
Selen Xu

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Standard for Mobile Gaming Systems Integration Framework

This standard defines an architectural framework including protocols and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) for providing seamless software and hardware integration for gaming on mobile devices. This standard covers interoperability, collaboration, efficient operation and optimization of the system required for services, scenarios, and use cases of mobile gaming. This standard also defines how a gaming application is able to securely and efficiently interact with the devices.

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