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  • People don’t just want touchscreens – they want ‘touchable’ screens
  • People don’t just want touchscreens – they want ‘touchable’ screens
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Can haptic technology replace human intimacy?

Product design has always considered touch – the ergonomics of a hand grip, texture of a surface, or the weight of material against skin. With the rise of digital, people are looking for more intuitive ways to interact. How is haptic tech changing the way we experience touch?