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Tom Carter

The idea for Ultrahaptics came from Carter’s Phd at Bristol University: it is ultrasound technology that reacts to the movement of your hands. Potential uses range from the car industry to VR gaming. Carter, 28, is chief technology officer for Ultrahaptics, based in Bristol.

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