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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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Holl has orchestrated a play of materiality, light and tactility that complements the permanent collection.
These plinths, the strongest component of the exhibition, reinforced the tactility of both the smooth sculptures and their rough bases, even as they lent the installation a provisional character, as if the entire structure could have been flat-packed for shipping.
The MX-5 is about agility and tactility. Because the engines are smaller than their predecessors, this allows them to be tucked back in the car.
The unique tactility of the large surface area Push To Talk button has been improved and it can be operated even from the extreme edge of the button.
When discussing its making with the Architectural Review, Kuma explains how the notion of tactility also endures throughout his design and construction process.
She is now more concerned with the dynamics of the mass vis-a-vis its space, her focus is on line and tactility of the surface.
Optaglio has stated that it has developed this technology specifically with simplicity of public verification in mind--single images with 'visual tactility' that can be viewed at almost any angle and work well in poor light.
Value cathedral's solace and tactility of city's old walls
In fact Ford is the only car manufacturer to use a robot, known as RUTH (short for Robotized Unit for Tactility ad Haptics) to test the feel and appearance of switches and surfaces in its vehicles.
Holl's experiments with luminosity and porosity, tactility and topography, hapticity and urbanity, and elements that anchor and intertwine are on full display.
Maintaining the softness and tactility of many of his earlier figurations, Clemente conflates Western and Eastern subjects, both visual and spiritual, and his creativity flies high.