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tactile

of, relating to, affecting, or having a sense of touch

tactile

[′tak·təl]
(physiology)
Pertaining to the sense of touch.
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The available evidence points to the relative complexity of tactile and kinesthetic abilities captured by this factor.
Tactile Roofing will export the production from the Bahrain plant around the GCC and to Africa.
The maps provide key information such as the location of platforms, toilets, shops and cafes using a mix of raised large print, Braille and tactile symbols.
Paul Bach-y-Rita of the University of Wisconsin, 3D tactile printing is based on the concept of neuroplasticity.
The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates (CBUAE) is to circulate notes of AED 1000, AED 20 and AED 10 denominations reprinted with tactile marks for the blind and sight impaired people.
Palpable Sculpture shows a selection of work spanning 1968 to 1986 and encompasses tactile boxes, edible sculptures, objects and drawings.
The tactile feature on the Dh500 denomination consists of a pair of three horizontal lines, separated by a recognisable distance, around the middle of the right and left short sides of the note.
Overall, responses emphasized the importance of both tactile graphics and print graphics to learning outcomes for students with visual impairments.
ca/home) have jointly developed a set of guidelines and standards for tactile graphics (http://brailleauthority.
Tactile sensing and displays; haptic feedback for minimally invasive surgery and robotics.
com)-- Tactile Player, made by Purelogic Apps, has made transitioning from old mp3 players to smart phones much easier for music listeners.