Virtual Objects At Your Fingertips
RESEARCHERS AT MASSACHUsetts Institute of Technology have come up with a way to feel the shape and heft the weight of imaginary objects. Applications range from sculpting electronic clay to training surgeons on virtual cadavers.
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