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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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She joins Tactile Mobility following 15 years at Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., where she most recently served as head of Technology and Business Applications.
The BSP chief said the incorporation of tactile marks is part of the central bank's commitment to promote broad and convenient access to financial services to the Filipino people.
This could include the repair or installation of tactile rotating cones on pedestrian crossing boxes, which indicate whether it is safe to cross.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian scientists at Amir Kabir University of Technology developed a new tactile probe system to measure the stiffness of soft tissues and help the medical students in simulated surgeries.
"I've seen several romances in the Royal Family and I've never seen a couple more tactile than [Harry and Meghan]," the Sun photographer said on Yahoo!'s "The Royal Box" (via (https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/733460/Meghan-Markle-Prince-Harry-more-physical-Kate-Middleton-Prince-William-Royal-news-video) Daily Star ).
The Horse Racing Tactile Wooden Game is designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.
Nicosia municipality rejected suggestions on Tuesday that tactile paving — usually used to guide people with impaired vision — on a stretch of the Eleftheria Square had been installed improperly with lampposts obstructing the path.
Neuroscience shows that when we see somebody in pain our brain activates tactile and emotional regions as if we ourselves were in pain.
This rotary screen produces metallic colors, tactile coatings (including braille), scratch off inks, security features, thermosensitive inks, magnetic inks, glitter coatings, fluorescent colors, UV inks, and strong opaques.
OMRON ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS EUROPE says it is releasing a new ultra-thin sealed surface-mounting tactile switch rated at 1 million operations.
The natural approach is to perform localisation by instrumental mechanoreceptoric palpation, which is applicable in laparoscopic surgery and serves as an analogue of conventional manual palpation in open surgery To the best of our knowledge, the only currently available commercial device for intraoperative instrumental mechanoreceptoric palpation is the Medical Tactile Endosurgical Complex (MTEC).
Our previous MEG studies in stroke patients using tactile [19] and proprioceptive [20] stimulation suggest that alterations in motor-cortex excitability after stroke are probably due to both changes in local excitatory-inhibitory circuits and disturbed afferent input, which lead to impaired sensorimotor integration.