Haptic perception is the human ability to experience and interpret things based on touch + movement. It is category of sensation. The following are illustrative examples of haptic perception.
QualityA customer runs their hand across a chair to judge the quality of its materials and build.A person reads braille by moving their finger across a surface.
SafetyAn emergency brake on a high speed train is designed with a unique feel to it such that an operator could identify it without using vision.
DiagnosisTouch may be used by doctors to diagnose medical conditions such as detecting if an internal organ is inflamed.
Haptic TechnologyA game gives players feedback in the form of vibrations through a controller.
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