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Double Your Money On This “Virtual Touch” Play

By Jim Pearce on June 1, 2016

As you know from our coverage recently, our team has been following the upcoming virtual and augmented reality revolution closely.

But one thing we haven’t covered yet are the other beneficiaries. You see, with every larger technology movement, there are often small niches that get to participate in that growth.

One such area for virtual reality is what’s known as haptics — or touch technology.

It’s a technology that’s been used in more than 3 billion digital devices — from smartphones to video games.

And with over 2,000 patents on the technology, there’s one smaller $200 million technology company we have our eye on. In many ways, it’s the undisputed leader of this market niche.

The thing is, up until recently haptics was becoming “old hat”.

But now, it’s re-emerged to add “touch” as a major sensation in the new virtual, immersive experiences that virtual and augmented reality present.

In other words, it allows you to literally feel the virtual experience as if it were real.

Product manufacturers can combine haptics with their own components and tailor the feedback to the scenario. For example, users can literally “feel” the guitar strings from a virtual guitar they’re playing.

But this company has also taken it a step further by moving into social media.

Imagine “high-fiving” a friend 2,000 miles away… or hugging a loved one in a different state.

That’s a glimpse of what haptics is promising with virtual reality.

The company licenses this “TouchSense” technology to the foremost names working in the VR space.


  • Microsoft
  • Google
  • Nokia
  • Samsung
  • Sony
  • LG
  • Logitech

Many of its leading clients are launching their own products in 2016.

Sony, for instance, plans to release a Playstation headset of its own.

A device that many gamers are clamoring to get their hands on.

When it opened for pre-order earlier in the year, units instantly sold out.

So this tiny firm is well-positioned to capture significant market share from the virtual reality boom.

But because of the smaller size of this company, I’m only sharing its name and ticker symbol with a select few readers.

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Note: In yesterday’s Stocks to Watch we accidentally informed readers that this presentation was coming offline in only a few hours. Our apologies for the mix-up. However, at midnight tonight, we will be removing access in order to update the facts and figures inside.

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