Boréas Piezo Haptic Engine
Smaller actuators, like the LRAs or ERMs used in fitness trackers, need to operate at higher frequencies to reach their resonant frequency. This translates into poor and annoying haptic feedback that makes your device feel cheap.
The Boréas Piezo Haptic Engine uses the internal components to create haptic feedback, in a small package. It combines all the performance advantages of piezo haptics, with the additional
benefits of being able to create stronger and enjoyable haptic effects at a lower frequency.
A bigger moving mass, thanks to the internal components, translates into stronger vibration force. The Boréas Piezo Haptic Engine is stronger than any LRA of similar size.
Better Tactile Experience
Skin mechanoreceptors don't sense the same way as accelerometers. The Boréas PHE creates stronger feedback at a more natural lower frequency, enabling much better tactile experiences.
Real HD Haptics
Small LRAs just don't offer good haptics. With faster rise time (and fall time), the Boréas Piezo Haptic Engine enables sharper and richer haptic effects in wearables.
Powered by CapDrive
The BOS1901 piezo haptic driver uses the state-of-the-art CapDrive technology circuit architecture.
That translates into high definition haptics for wearables with the industry's lowest power consumption and smallest footprint.