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In this context, as Barker notes, the film's body "also adopts toward the world a tactile attitude of intimacy and reciprocity that is played out across its nonhuman body: haptically, at the screen's surface, with the caress of shimmering nitrate and the scratch of dust and fiber on celluloid; kinaesthetically, through the contours of on-and off-screen space and of the bodies, both human and mechanical, that inhabit or escape those spaces; and viscerally, with the film's rush through a projector's gate and the 'breathing' of lenses" (3).
Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) technology, worn by every police officer, could reduce or eliminate friendly fire casualties by visually, audibly and/or haptically highlighting fellow police officers.
On the back face of the plates, all sides of the tilted containers were calibrated in millimeters; visible to the experimenter, these references could not be haptically felt.
Identification friend or foe (IFF) technology, worn by every law enforcement officer, could reduce or eliminate friendly fire casualties by visually, audibly, or haptically highlighting fellow officers.
According to Karl Reinig, PhD of the CHS, "The convergence of off-the-shelf hardware technology and recently available software from CHS now makes it possible to develop reasonably priced, haptically and graphically accurate anatomic simulators.
In these experiments subjects had to match the haptically perceived stimulus with a visual image of the same object.
The present experiment sought to determine whether subjects could learn to match haptically perceived stimuli with arbitrary visual stimuli and whether it is possible to form equivalence classes incorporating haptic and visual stimuli.
Participants were then permitted to perceive the object haptically by wielding it freely.
The results provide a clear demonstration of the incorporation into an equivalence class of haptically perceived stimuli.
Action for perception: Manual exploratory movements for haptically processing objects and their features.
To solve each puzzle, a participant haptically identified the progressive pattern and determined the combination of beads to be stacked on the unoccupied post, thereby completing the pattern.
It's not enough to train specialists with the traditional "do one, see one, teach one" approach to learning by apprenticeship on patients," said Erik Lovquist, researcher at the University of Limerick's Interactive Design Center, who was technical lead of the collaboratively developed haptically enabled simulator.
For example, a surgeon using a Mediseus[R] simulator in Australia can train a resident on a Mediseus[R] in Sweden -- guiding the trainee through the procedure haptically, so that the trainee "feels" the surgeon's correct drilling procedure.
Statements made in this press release, other than statements of historical fact are forward-looking statements including those that reflect management's current forecast of Immersion's future revenue and operating results, consumer and industry demand for haptic technology and haptically enabled products, Immersion's ability to increase market share and to succeed in new markets, including the cell phone/PDA market, and realization of revenues and other benefits under third party agreements.
Statements made in this press release, other than statements of historical fact, are forward-looking statements including those that reflect management's current forecast of Immersion's future revenue and operating results, consumer and industry demand for haptic technology and haptically enabled products, Immersion's ability to increase market share and to succeed in new markets, including the cell phone/PDA market, realization of revenues and other benefits under third party agreements, and the effects of the economic downturn.