- Haptic interfaces
- Haptic technology
- found: Work cat.: Streng, Bradley Taylor. Mechanical linkage design for haptic rehabilitation and development of fine motor skills, 2009: abstract (Recent advancements in tactile based robotic simulation, also known as haptics ... The work presented in this paper takes advantage of current haptic technology in order to create a device which facilitates traditional occupational therapy techniques)
- found: Wikipedia, accessed May 13, 2009 (Haptic technology refers to technology that interfaces to the user via the sense of touch by applying forces, vibrations, and/or motions to the user. Although haptic devices are capable of measuring bulk or reactive forces that are applied by the user, it should not to be confused with touch or tactile sensors that measure the pressure or force exerted by the user to the interface.)
- found: McGraw-Hill dictionary of scientific and technical terms, 2003 (Haptic interface: a device that allows a user to interact with a computer by receiving tactile feedback; for example, glove or pen devices that allow users to touch and manipulate three-dimensional virtual objects)
- found: Anderson, William H. Haptic device interface design and testing for manipulations in real and virtual environments, 2004.
- found: Bailey, Mark Edwin. Evaluation of a haptic tongue device, 2007.
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