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haptic

Dealing with the sense of touch. See haptic interface, haptic VR and Taptic Engine.
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Release date- 05092019 - Kyocera Resolves Patent Disputes with Preh GmbH for Haptic Feedback Technology.
The e-ink screen has a pressure-sensitive keyboard with haptic feedback when the keys are depressed.
Go Touch VR, based in Lille, France, showcased feedback devices that attach to fingers to simulate touch--not just vibrations, which are found in haptic feedback devices.
Mission 828 has now been enhanced with the most powerful VR system yet, the HTC Vive Pro, and alow-frequency haptic feedback which induces vibrations and movements in-sync with the content.
You might miss the haptic feedback of more expensive phones, and feel like the camera's low-light performance does not match your photographic ambitions.
In a new paper to be presented June 7 at the World Haptics 2017 conference in Furstenfeldbruck, Germany, O'Malley and colleagues demonstrate that 18 able-bodied test subjects performed significantly better on size-discrimination tests with a prosthetic hand when they received haptic feedback from a simple skin-stretch device on the upper arm.
The data gloves provide haptic feedback and sense knuckle and abduction motion of the human hand.
"The unique solution Ultrahaptics offers allows developers to design-in touchless haptic feedback to a wide variety of applications, all of which can be supported by our expert team of technical sales specialists."
Both, the JoyCons and the Switch Pro controller come with HD Rumble haptic feedback. Anyone familiar with motion sensor controllers and the AR/VR scene might be familiar with haptic feedback, but HD Rumble might be a new term.
The multi-port robotic system is also equipped with haptic feedback.
The MMSI includes the use of haptic feedback to provide remote perception of samples analyzed, a tracking and gesture recognition system for the hand of the user, and a graphical interface to display simplified 3D models of the observed scene.
For example, a touch-screen-controlled vehicle could accommodate blind users by integrating voice technology or haptic feedback. The setup could mimic the gesture-based screen readers that people with impaired vision use to navigate their smartphones and apps.