Hardware

LITHO itself is a small finger-worn controller that connects to your smartphone or headset.

The controller has a touch surface on the underside, an array of motion sensors and provides haptic feedback.


Specifications

 

Size and Weight

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Weight: 16g

Inputs


Motion Sensing

LITHO features an array of motion-tracking sensors, including accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers. These are sampled at 225 Hz, fused together to calculate the device’s orientation, and sent to the app at 60 Hz for further processing.

Touch Surface

Underneath the precision-ground glass surface is a custom-designed capacitive touch sensing array, capable of sub-millimeter precision. Additionally, the touch processor features advanced gesture recognition algorithms, and is tightly coupled with the haptic feedback system.


Outputs

Haptics

The Linear Resonant Actuator (LRA) with licensed effect library puts a wide range of sensations at your fingertips, from subtle ticks to solid rumbles and everything in-between.

LED

A strip of white LEDs shine through the top surface of the casing, giving a cool yet unobtrusive indication of the device’s status.


General

Bluetooth

Bluetooth LE radio, compatible with Bluetooth 5.0.

Processor

64 MHz Arm Cortex-M4 with floating-point unit (FPU), capable of fast motion processing on a tight power budget.

Power

  • 4 hours usage

  • 1000 hours standby

  • 90 minute charge time