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driv·ing

(drīv'ing),
The induction of a frequency in the EEG by sensory stimulation at this frequency.

driv·ing

(drīv'ing)
The induction of a frequency in the electroencephalogram by sensory stimulation at this frequency.
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There are haptic elements in the driver's seat that cause the seat to vibrate as a result of input from the lane departure system (see next item), on either the left or right side (depending on the direction of the deviation).
If, for example, the driver changes lanes without using the turn signal, a visual cue is displayed and a haptic device in the driver's seat is activated.
Inside, the electronics on display when you sit in the driver's seat are wondrous.