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tactile

 [tak´til]
pertaining to touch.

haptic

(hap'tik),
1. Of or pertaining to the sensation of touch or tactile sense.
See also: force feedback.
2. The flexible, looping extension attached to an artificial intraocular lens that stabilizes and centers it within the eye.

haptic

/hap·tic/ (hap´tik) tactile.

haptic

(hăp′tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the sense of touch; tactile.

haptic

1. Adj pertaining to the sense of touch. A haptic contact lens is a large lens fitting under the eyelids and covering the white of the eye as well as the cornea.
2. The part that touches. The haptic of an intraocular lens is the peripheral supporting part.

haptic

1. See scleral zone.
2. Pertaining to the sense of touch. See scleral contact lens.

haptic

tactile.
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Logitech (NASDAQ:LOGIY) (Switzerland: LOGN, LOGZ), today announced that Infogrames' upcoming release of NASCAR(R) Heat(TM) 2002 will support its force feedback wheel for the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system, the GT Force(TM).
Logitech (Nasdaq:LOGIY) (Switzerland: LOGN, LOGZ), has announced that Infogrames' upcoming release of Motor Mayhem will support its force feedback wheel for the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system, the GT Force(TM).
It has been a pleasure to work closely with Polyphony Digital and Sony Computer Entertainment in developing the first-ever force feedback wheel for use with PlayStation 2.
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