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- adv. by touch
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Much as I enjoy the existing Wii games, they're really just well-known game mechanics -- sports titles, swordplay games, first-person shooters -- that have been haptically reskinned to use the sensing input.
The consumers test the quality of the flour optically, haptically (i.e. by touching) and in terms of taste.
The patent describes a design in which a series of electrodes are seamlessly embedded into the iPhone's shell in such a way that they are not "visibly or haptically distinguishable on the device."
A medical student from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is shown testing the new haptically-enhanced virtual surgery simulator
Touchscreens make devices simple and sexy, but in doing so, they also become visually similar, haptically monotonic, and uninviting to natural discovery.
The pads and housing can be finished to ensure that the pads are not visibly or haptically distinguishable on the device, thus improving the aesthetic qualities of the device.