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discernible by touch

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perceptible by the senses especially the sense of touch

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A second Grand Prix went to Touchable Ink for Thai Samsung Electronics and Thai Association of the Blind by J.
Bringing natural elements into a room will always inject a little warmth as well as touchable texture.
The ball begins to work its magic and allows you to spray a micro-fine mist that "amps up hair with the most touchable, velvety-soft, mega-volume finish".
Unlike conventional war, soft war is not visible, touchable and tangible and even in certain cases, the other side strikes but the target society is drowsy and doesn't feel the attack," Ayatollah Khamenei said in a meeting with managers and directors of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) in Tehran on Monday.
ClickPress, Thu Jun 04 2015] Global Holographic Display Digital Signage Market by Technology (Semi-Transparent Holographic Display, Touchable Holographic Display, Laser Holographic Display, Piston Holographic Display), by Application, by Geography - Analysis & Forecast to 2019
The report defines holographic displays as The integration of different principles such as electro holographic, touchable, laser holographic principles Into the display technology is one of the most promising developments for products such as television, smartphones, wearable devices, medical scanners, and so on', which is more an aspirational statement than a definition.
Interactive stations will help visitors discover the processes behind each of these natural phenomena with touchable specimens, videos and animations, models, and simulations.
Simple navigation and large touchable objects, controls and typography are highly visible and designed for access through touch interfaces, the firm said.
Technology that generates touchable 3D imagery was unveiled in Japan Monday, with its developers saying users could pull and push objects that are not really there.
Lew, 35, describes her work, like the Hi-Lo shelving unit (right), as invitingly touchable and functional.
WHY A collection of WWII artifacts like no other in the world * Touchable treasures spread throughout the galleries, including genuine D-Day helmets and clubs wielded by Japanese POW-camp guards * General George S.
Touchable Hold Hair Spray is a volumizing hair spray that gives lift and hold while maintaining touchable flexibility, leaving hair smooth and shaped, but still soft enough to be brushed through without any static.
No more boring, flat PDFs instead, touchable, live content that compells clients to pull your iPad out of your hands and directly engage with your story.
This is the first child-centered exhibit with touchable dinosaurs in the country.
In religion, a relic is a part of the body of a saint or a venerated person, or else another type of ancient religious object, carefully preserved for purposes of veneration or as a touchable or tangible memorial.