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From: Frank Sully4/20/2021 2:08:01 PM
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Nvidia wants to put an AI in charge of in-game haptics

pcgamer.com

I had to look up the definition of "haptic".

hap·tic

/'haptik/


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adjective
adjective: haptic
  • relating to the sense of touch, in particular relating to the perception and manipulation of objects using the senses of touch and proprioception.

    "haptic feedback devices create the illusion of substance and force within the virtual world"

  • noun
    plural noun: haptics
  • 1. the use of technology that stimulates the senses of touch and motion, especially to reproduce in remote operation or computer simulation the sensations that would be felt by a user interacting directly with physical objects.

    "their research is centered on human-computer interaction specifically focusing on wearable computing, haptics, and video games"

  • 2. the perception of objects by touch and proprioception, especially as involved in nonverbal communication.

    "haptics is that subsystem of nonlanguage communication which conveys meaning through physical contact"

  • Origin

    late 19th century: from Greek haptikos ‘able to touch or grasp’, from haptein ‘fasten’.

    Use over time for: haptic


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