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feedback

noun acknowledgment, alternative view, answer, clarification, criticism, elucidation, illumination, input, interpretation, positive input, reaction, reply, response, sense, sentiment, translation
Associated concepts: negative feedback, polling, positive feedback
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A sensory feedback system for an upper-limb amputation prosthesis.
Increased sensory feedback due to the direct transmission of forces and vibrations to the bone (osseoperception)
This will give the hexapod sensory feedback about position, speed and acceleration of the different segments of the limb in respect to each other.
It is easy to learn and gives the user sensory feedback (audible and tactile) when locking.
Also, its new user interface will inspire many product categories to look for better and easier interaction between man and machine via better touch-screens, non-mechanical on/off solutions, sensory feedback, colorful display designs, etc.
Sense of agency in normal people is protention of an activity combined with propioception and sensory feedback of the action.
The controller also contains a speaker and a rumble device to provide sensory feedback, and can be used to turn Wii on and off.
Glenna Batson, who teaches Alexander Technique in the Hollins University/MFA program at American Dance Festival, highlights five components of a somatic discipline: using sensory feedback, slowing down and paying attention, learning through internal experience rather than imitation, applying a rhythm of doing and resting, and exploring movement rather than simply completing exercises.
Thinner, denser midsoles best achieve what we ask of running shoes: to stabilize gait, to provide enough sensory feedback to allow shock-absorbing behavior to occur naturally, and to strengthen--or at least not weaken--intrinsic muscles.
Brainchild of Swiss design maverick Frank Rinderknecht, this innovative take on automotive safety uses a combination of biometric monitoring systems and subtle sensory feedback devices to gauge, and then, if necessary, alter the driver's mood.
Focusing your mind on each and every movement performed, enables moves to be executed correctly and develops your body's sensory feedback or kinaesthetic sense.