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HaptX is a company building a sensor-packed glove for VR and robotics applications that simulates haptic and resistance feedback for enterprise users. It also partners with organizations in automotive, aerospace, government, and other industries to build the next generation of haptic VR simulations.
TypePrivate
Founded2012
HQSan Luis Obispo, US
Websitehaptx.com
Employee Ratings5

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2020)22
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

HaptX Office Locations

HaptX has offices in San Luis Obispo and Seattle
San Luis Obispo, US (HQ)
1150 Laurel Ln #183
Seattle, US
110 Union St #210
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HaptX Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

HaptX total Funding

$29.6 m

HaptX latest funding size

$1.50 m

Time since last funding

2 months ago

HaptX investors

HaptX's latest funding round in September 2020 was reported to be $1.5 m. In total, HaptX has raised $29.6 m
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HaptX Cybersecurity Score

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HaptX Online and Social Media Presence

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HaptX News and Updates

HaptX, Researchers To Build Full Body Haptic Suit

HaptX founder Jake Rubin has dreamed of full-body, force feedback exoskeleton, now he's building it.

HaptX wins $1.5 million NSF grant to create full-body haptics for VR

A leading maker of tactile gloves for VR has received government funding to develop a full-body haptic exoskeleton for both VR and robotic applications.

This Week In XR: GigXR Nabs Pearson XR Assets, Mach One Spatial Audio, HaptX Gloves Get Real, Nreal Fights Back

One last update as the light go dim in anticipation of a new year.

HaptX grabs $12 million to build a glove crammed with sensors

A company building a very high-tech glove has just gotten its hands on some new money. HaptX is building a sensor-packed glove for VR and robotics applications that simulates haptic and resistance feedback for enterprise users. The Seattle startup has raised $12 million in new funding from Mason Ave…

HaptX Scores New Capital and Strategic Partner To Commercialize Haptic Data Gloves

The fund will be used to finance production and marketing of the company's high-end XR gloves.

VR glove maker HaptX raises $12M and announces partnership with Advanced Input Systems

Provider of realistic haptic technology for virtual reality controls HaptX Inc. announced today it has closed a funding round for $12 million from existing investors NetEase and Amit Kapur of Dawn Patrol Ventures. The company also announced a partnership with human-machine interface specialists Adv…
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HaptX Blogs

Virginia Tech, University of Florida, HaptX win $1.5M NSF grant to create full-body haptic feedback for VR and robotics

Blacksburg, Virginia and San Luis Obispo, California – A research team including Virginia Tech, University of Florida and HaptX won a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to build a new platform with an ambitious goal: the world’s first system for full-body haptic and force feedba…

HaptX Announces Partnership with Advanced Input Systems and $12 Million Series A Funding

SEATTLE, WA – HaptX, the leading provider of realistic haptic technology, announced a strategic partnership with Advanced Input Systems along with a Series A financing round of $12 million. The financing will fund the production of the next generation of HaptX Gloves, the world’s most realistic hapt…

HaptX Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was HaptX founded?

    HaptX was founded in 2012.

  • How many employees does HaptX have?

    HaptX has 22 employees.

  • Who are HaptX competitors?

    Competitors of HaptX include MetaVR, Pixvana and EON Reality.

  • Where is HaptX headquarters?

    HaptX headquarters is located at 1150 Laurel Ln #183, San Luis Obispo.

  • Where are HaptX offices?

    HaptX has offices in San Luis Obispo and Seattle.

  • How many offices does HaptX have?

    HaptX has 2 offices.