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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.

haptics

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

Haptics Community.

haptics

Dealing with the sense of touch. See haptic interface.
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Browse 100+ market data Tables and Figures spread through Pages and in-depth TOC on " Haptics Technology Market by Type (, Product Type, Basic tactile technology, Programmable tactile technology & High definition tactile technology), by End-Users/Application, Organization Size, Industry, and Region - Forecast to 2023".
Possible mechanism of myopic shift and forward movement of the IOLs may be related to positive vitreous pressure, disruption of capsule integrity and haptic design.
Studies have identified that the use of haptic technology is a useful approach to enhance interaction (Laycock & Day, 2003).
When traditional visual displays are not the best choice in mobile computing settings, haptic displays can be an important alternative interaction mode.
In conclusion, we investigated the outcome of intrascleral haptics fixation of an in-the-bag dislocated IOL.
"We've been limited to testing haptic feedback with simple grippers or virtual environments that replicate what amputees experience," she said.
According to a research by Rice University, the University of Pisa and Italian Institute of Technology, haptic feedback could help in providing patients the ability to discern the size and feel objects without looking at them.
The entry barriers for players with new haptics technologies were critically high; the cheap, reliable and effective incumbents in the smartphone market have been infallible.
The structure of an IOL consists of a central optic housing the dioptric power of the implant with projections called haptics spanning out to provide stability once implanted (see Figure J).
Sunnerhagen, "Virtual reality and haptics as a training device for movement rehabilitation after stroke: a single-case study," Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.
Park, "Evaluation of practical exercises using an intravenous simulator incorporating virtual reality and haptics device technologies," Nurse Education Today, vol.