The word haptic, from the Greek: ἁπτικός (haptikos), means “pertaining to the sense of touch” and comes from the Greek verb ἅπτεσθαι haptesthai, meaning “to contact” or “to touch”.

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Haptic technology will be more remarkable than any breakthrough in the past technology

Haptic technology will change the way we live and interact with technology in the future. As mobile devices to act more like an extension of our body, so that the connected smart devices will act as an extension of our environments, allowing us to control the world around us in a unimaginable way.

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Next Generation Internet

Specific Challenge: Today the Internet is key to almost any socio-economic activity, a true value creator which reshapes economic and societal behaviours. This trend is irreversible and in 10 years ...
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Engineers develop novel hybrid nanomaterials to transform water

Graphene oxide has been hailed as a veritable wonder material; when incorporated into nanocellulose foam, the lab-created substance is light, strong and flexible, conducting heat and electricity quickly and efficiently ...
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The First Creative Tool for Haptics in Mobile Video

Immersion Corporation (NASDAQ:IMMR), the leading developer and licensor of touch feedback technology, today announced TouchSense®Design Cloud, a web environment and the first haptic design toolkit that enables designers and editors ...
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IoT Tech Expo Global 2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) Tech Expo Event will bring together key industries from across Europe for two days of top level content and discussion. Industries include Manufacturing, Transport, Health, ...
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CRI Launches CRI HAPTIX With Immersion Haptic Technology

CRI Middleware Co. Ltd. (TSE:3698), a leading provider of audio and video solutions for the gaming industry, together with Immersion Corporation (NASDAQ: IMMR), the leading developer and licensor of touch ...
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WT | Wearable Technologies Conference Asia Hong Kong

WT | Wearable Technologies Conference Asia Hong Kong is back. Register now for the fourth consecutive year in which WT | Wearable Technologies AG gathers the entire value chain of ...
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EU invests €263 million in energy infrastructure

EU Member States agreed on the European Commission's proposal to invest €263 million in key European energy infrastructure projects. The lion's share of the investment will support the building of ...
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Creating a hologram of a single photon

Until quite recently, creating a hologram of a single photon was believed to be impossible due to fundamental laws of physics. However, scientists at the Faculty of Physics, University of ...
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Innovative ICT solutions for future logistics operations

Specific Challenge: In a logistics sector with highly increased collaboration, intermodal and dynamic re-routing of freight, there is a need to exploit ICT advances such as Internet-of-Things, big data, new ...
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Bosch Sensortec launches Android™ 6.0 Marshmallow Sensor Hub Solution

Bosch Sensortec launches its next generation Android M Sensor Hub Solution, a ready-to-deploy solution for smartphones, tablets and other devices running the Android™ 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. The new solution ...
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Defense Logistics Technology Summit

Transforming Military Logistics through Emerging Technology September 13-14, 2016 The Mary M. Gates Learning Center | Alexandria VA This educational summit will engage US military commands, academia, and technology providers ...
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Seen at the top is a sciatic nerve from a frog. On the bottom left is the glass container with caesium gas, which is used to measure the magnetic field from the nerve. On the bottom right is the measured magnetic field, which is generated by the magnetic fields from the electrical impulses that flow through the nerve. (Credit: Kasper Jensen, NBI)

Ultra sensitive magnetic field sensor

Small magnetic fields from the human body can usually only be picked up by very sensitive superconducting magnetic field sensors that have to be cooled by liquid helium to near ...
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