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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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In order to study the behaviour of the piezoresistive rubber as the base of a tactile array sensor we start by investigating the properties of a single cell, with different electrode structures.
Certainly, teachers need to provide alternative teaching strategies for their visual, kinesthetic, and tactile learners.
Upgraded iDrive software can be downloaded at the dealership in the form of enhancements to existing functions or the addition of new ones, each of which has its own tactile sensations.
New optimized tactile transducers for improved accuracy and energy efficiency.
In addition to the production and quality of tactile materials available to students, researchers have examined teachers' perceptions of the utility of tactile graphics as tools for instruction.
The subjects, the contained chart, the audio comments, the way of representation in protrusive or spatial, as well as the tactile methods will be completed, on the base studies of new psychopedagogy methods of audio-tactile cognition, improved by the experts in the area of special psychology, preschool pedagogy and the specialists from various connected areas.
Amazingly, the development of the tactile fovea in the star closely follows the developmental sequence in the retinal fovea," says Catania.
Taking up the old formalist opposition between the optical and the tactile, Fer maintains the tension between the two, but treats those aesthetic polarities as inextricably intertwined, the one the alter ego and underbelly of the other, the interplay between them constitutive of all abstraction's "fantasies," which turn out to be fundamentally split rather than subject to the instantaneous unity of the transcendental augenblick.
Demo Tactile mobile web apps for major global brands demonstrate power of Tactile to create engaging experiences
Director of the Vascular Medicine Program at the University of Minnesota Medical School and Chief Medical Officer of Tactile Medical.
Tactile maps can accurately represent the layout of school and university campuses, conference centers, cafeterias, building lobbies, parks, airports, train stations, and include street names, traffic direction indicators, crosswalks, curb-cuts, stairs, buildings and main doorways, grass, sidewalks, and various other landmarks.
One development is soft-touch squeeze bottles made by coextrusion blow molding a thin, tactile skin of plastomer over a polyethylene inner layer.