this is *very!* interesting..... Yes; it can be mounted in LCD MT systems because the actuators are installed around the bezel of the display. So, you dont get precise location haptics but it looks really promising actually. Have you ever experienced this display?
After looking at the tech. sheet, this concept can be DIYed. I need to do more research to see exactly what type of motor they are, but once that is figured out, it should be reasonable to make a microcontroller board for the motors.
They claim that they can create different haptics for shape, duration, frequency, etc… all of which are easy to implement through a microchip…
I played around (very briefly) with haptics.... not professional haptic/tactile displays, more from a DIY perspective experimenting with motors… it is somewhat complicated (for me atleast since im not trained or educated in computer engineering/programming) but a system like this looks reasonable if the proper motor is located.