tactile sensation


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Noun1.tactile sensation - the sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skintactile sensation - the sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skin; "she likes the touch of silk on her skin"; "the surface had a greasy feeling"
perception - the process of perceiving
creepiness - an uneasy sensation as of insects creeping on your skin
cutaneous sensation, haptic sensation, skin sensation - a sensation localized on the skin
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These textured coatings are generally referred to as haptic coatings, or coatings that provide a tactile sensation.
We're using the tactile sensation on the skin as a replacement for information the brain would normally get from the muscles about hand position," Clark said.
Tactile sensation is greatly reduced in minimally invasive surgery and tumour localization based on colonoscopy is notoriously inaccurate.
However, after a year of training, all participants showed signs of brain activity related to walking, and had experienced some recovery of tactile sensation and muscle function.
This latest achievement from the HAPTIX program sheds new light on the neural mechanisms behind the quantitation of tactile sensation and could support more realistic neural interfaces for a multitude of applications.
Traditional methods for establishing working length such as radiographs, anatomical averages of canal length, tactile sensation in both open and closed apices and moisture on a paper point have their limitations.
This coating is designed to provide a rich tactile sensation while offering comparatively durable product-resistance properties.
The coatings are designed to provide a rich tactile sensation while offering comparatively durable product-resistance properties.
In addition to collecting data on the parts of brain involved in motor movement, the researchers measured electrical brain activity involved in tactile sensation.
A person could spend quite some time marveling at how simply and forcefully the horizontal white bands of Woodshed Vine, 2013, convey the texture of chipping house paint, or at the economy with which brushstrokes of ochre in the seven-panel work Foundation, 2013, conjure a deep, tactile sensation of caked, dried mud.
The details of the gun come alive at the smallest level, giving the reader an almost tactile sensation.
As it was giving excellent tactile sensation of the dissection, it acted as a guard against inadvertent injury to the overlying skin.