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Unlike other haptic gloves, which are limited to vibration and force feedback, HaptX said its gloves physically displace the user’s skin the way a real object would, delivering more than 130 points of tactile feedback per hand.
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Since online buying doesn’t allow customers to have a tactile buying experience, ecommerce store owners have to put in extra effort to prove that their product is the right fit for the customers.
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Some activities and temperatures allow you to get by with very thin, tactile gloves, and sometimes no gloves will keep you 100 percent comfortable.
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She was in search of an “analog, tactile experience” removed from the computer monitors she stares at to earn a living.
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In a way, the hand’s tactile neurons play a game of Morse Code.
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In adaptation to the darkness, in which there is only luminescence that eyes could use, there is a great development of tactility.
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The picture contains movement in the vital sense, and possesses a tactility as great as a Giorgione done with modern means.
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They failed in this ambition because their canvases lacked the intense tactility of volume.
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