Haptic technology is bringing the sense of touch to interface design and virtual reality.
The Hands Omni glove uses force-feedback design to approximate the sensation of touching, pressing or gripping a surface or object.
New super-thin MacBook can detect the force of a finger's pressure and also produce physical illusions.
Here's what we saw in 3-D projected holograms in 2014.
The Eyeronman system combines a variety of distance and ranging sensors to help its wearer navigate obstacles.
Wearable computers could provide the muscle memory to learn guitar chords or dance steps.
A haptic robotic system for video teleconferencing makes you feel like you're really shaking hands with a faraway person. Continue reading →
This new device features sensory feedback technology so astronauts can feel what robots feel. Continue reading →
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