Tech Explained: Haptic Technology
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The word haptic comes from the Greek haptesthai, which means ‘to touch’. Haptic feedback is the use of force, vibration or motion to create a sense of touch. Haptic technology includes everything from the feel of keys on a keyboard, to adding a sense of touch to AR. Although it has been around for a long time, the use of haptic technology is growing rapidly. The production and implementation of haptic sensors and devices is predicted to be a 12.8 billion USD industry by 2022. So, how do haptics work? There are several different types of haptics used in everyday…
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