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A simple touch can change our mood, but might bursts of air be just as good? New research gives a glimpse of the emotional effects of technology that can touch us. The results could be used to create more emotion-based telepresence systems – or could add another dimension to video games.
Touch-based, or haptic, feedback devices range from the humble vibrating phone, to sophisticated touchscreens, to gloves that use subtle electrical currents to fool our touch receptors.
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