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haptics

[′hap·tiks]
(computer science)
The study of the use of touch in order to produce computer interfaces that will allow users to interact with digital objects by means of force feedback and tactile feedback.
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haptics

(interface)
The science of applying tactile sensation to human interaction with computers.

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haptics

Dealing with the sense of touch. See haptic interface.
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