A patent that Nintendo filed in April of 2015 was made available online as of last month. The patent seems to be related to some kind of vibration system that can be used in various handheld device, such as tablets. The system can generate various vibration types that correspond to sensations which relate to what’s on the screen, and to receive vibration orders rom a processing unit and a network. The patent also uses an AMFM code and a decoder that separates it into AM data and FM data, converts the FM data into a frequency, then combines the frequency with the AM data to create an AMFM wave. This process is done on two different frequencies, and the two are combined together to form a composited wave. The goal of the AMFM waves is to target sensory receptors in the skin to simulate various haptic sensations. While we don’t know what this patent is for, it’s the latest in many patents that Nintendo has been filing in the past year. We’ve included an images gallery down below that show the patent diagrams, so feel free to check it out.