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October 28, 1994|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Vibrating Video: The Aura Interactor, a product used by deaf people to experience the physical sensations of sound, can now take video game players into a new dimension: inside the game itself to feel every tackle, laser blast or slam dunk. The Interactor, designed by Aura Systems of El Segundo, is a vest that can be plugged into the audio output of any gaming system to let players feel the vibrations of video games, music or home movies.

It includes a set of sensor controls for filtering certain sounds and adjusting the intensity of the vibrations. The Interactor has a suggested retail price of about $99.

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