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Tactile Tasks and the Structure of Intelligence: Implications for Psychometrics and Cognitive Psychology
Tactile maps are a great idea and will come in useful for loads of travellers.
The tactile feature on the AED 20 denomination consists of three separate horizontal lines, and on the AED 10 denomination two separate horizontal lines.
In terms of their own practice related to graphicacy, teachers of students with visual impairments emphasized the importance of providing direct instruction to both tactile graphic and print graphic users beyond what is delivered in the general classroom.
The difficulty of reading a tactile graphic is greatly reduced if the graphic can explain itself to the reader.
Immersion's Tactile Presence transmits haptic information between mobile devices, allowing users to feel one another's actions.
Low-cost tactile maps would be good for tourism, improving access to public buildings.
Key words: tactile sensors, piezoresistive materials, robotics, PVDF, piezoelectricity, object recognition
C&K Components expanded its KMT Series of ultra-miniature tactile switches with what it asserts is the smallest available top-actuated, double-action tact switch.
Our discovery suggests that the sensory processing of visual and tactile motion use overlapping neural circuits," said Christopher Moore of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT and senior author of the paper.
Pressurex Zero tactile pressure-indicating sensor film characterizes tactile contact surface pressure down to 7.
THIS month sees the 25th anniversary of the introduction of tactile paving for all pedestrian crossings in the UK to help the blind.