Good post, different than I had expected given there is a tactile reaction - I know already it's not a hard task to track movement in a 3d space so
gestures can be interpreted but with a tactile response it makes a difference.
It certainly won't be holodeck stuff as youd need more than the technology offered there to 'feel' things, but for the practical applications
they suggested, light switches, etc, great !
So many things occuring on the basic levels these days, I can't wait for the day (if it comes) where these things have evolved into the amazing
gadgets we want them to be.
I'm still waiting for the price of those brain reading gizmos to come down -
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