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haptic

Dealing with the sense of touch. See haptic interface, haptic VR and Taptic Engine.
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We've been limited to testing haptic feedback with simple grippers or virtual environments that replicate what amputees experience," she said.
This video might give you a better understanding of haptic feedback and the Switch's HD Rumble technology.
Media-compatible use of the display and touchpad with integrated haptic feedback plays an elemental role in this and thereby improves driving safety during operation of central input systems," comments jury member Prof.
15 July 2016 - US-based haptic feedback solutions company CyberGlove Systems LLC board of directors has reached an agreement to sell the business to longtime CEO Faisal Yazadi, the company said.
1 mm thick, this device was specifically designed for wearable devices to provide vibration alerts or haptic feedback to the user.
The system concentrates ultrasound energy at intersections of the real and clone objects, thereby enabling, for example, a cloned hand to actuate a real object in a workspace and a real hand to actuate a cloned object with haptic feedback in a workspace.
An operator can control Taurus remotely at a safe distance using haptic feedback via gloves and high-definition 3D imaging.
Among the advanced tech tools developed there is Interactive on-set PreviZ, a prototype augmented-reality plug-in for Maya delivering real-time image compositing and rendering during shooting, haptic feedback for actors, depth-maps for 3D and more, all in a single software package.
Haptic feedback to alert users if an axis limit is reached.
Two MIT-trained innovators from India have developed an interactive footwear line called Lechal that uses haptic feedback (simple vibrations) to direct you where you want to go.
Haptic feedback vibrates the wrist and warns the user of possible harmful conditions, making it ideal for noisy shop-floor environments, the company adds.
The future keyboards would be capable to respond to users actions with haptic feedback, meaning pressing down a key could trigger greater resistance, a click, or even a vibration, the report added.