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tac·tu·al

(tak'tū-ăl),
Relating to or caused by touch.

tac·tu·al

(tak'chū-ăl)
Relating to or caused by touch.
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Tactual Labs surrounds every surface with real-time human body pose sensing.
* An experimental investigation of the tactual sense (Hildebrand 1899).
Angle Speed Power Thrust Velocity Velocity no (degree) (rpm) (watts) (tactual) of behind incoming the airflow propeller v (m/s) 1 -5 750 22 0.72 3.4 1.8 2 -3 750 22 0.76 2.9 1.3 3 -1 750 22 0.6 1.6 0.8 4 1 750 22 0.5 0.7 1.9 5 3 750 22 0.76 1.5 2.6 6 5 750 22 0.76 2.1 3.9 Sl.
The teacher of students with communication and behavioural support needs or the teacher of the self-contained classroom might have questioned their use of a highly visual instructional strategies and realized that providing tactual options improved learning for all students.
Software-like things demonstrate novel forms of presence which take place in new spaces, and deploy novel tactual perception, which is directed toward the digital tangible (see Strehovec, "E-Literary").
Tactual equivalence class formation and tactual-to-visual cross modal transfer.
Another possibility is that semantic cueing competes with practice and compensates for the relative unfamiliarity of sighted children with coding two-dimensional tactual information, thus resulting in a disappearance of the advantage of visually impaired children over sighted controls (hypothesis 2).
Among other products in the family, Cozyflex is a highly stretchable laminate with premium softness, and provides what the company says is a unique cozy tactual sensation to meet product comfort demands.
contains a great deal of tactual evidence; however, it reads like a report and offers little insight into the demography of today's survivor population.
ERIC Descriptors: Instructional Effectiveness; Action Research; Instructional Materials; Teaching Methods; Word Recognition; Visual Aids; Multisensory Learning; Sight Vocabulary; Pretests Posttests; Kindergarten; Young Children; Priming; Mnemonics; Visual Stimuli; Auditory Stimuli; Tactual Perception; Spelling; Freehand Drawing; Color; Comparative Analysis
many materials in print cannot be accurately converted into tactual form; 3.
This paper addresses the nature of touch or "tactual perception." It argues that touch encompasses a wide range of perceptual achievements, that treating it as a number of separate senses will not work, and that the permissive conception we are left with is so permissive that it is unclear how touch might be distinguished from the other senses.